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1976-1977 




We shall not cease from exploration 
And the end of all our exploring 
Will be to arrive where we started 
And know the place for the first time. 




Through the unknown, remembered gate 

When the last of earth left to discover 

Is that which was the beginning. 




At the source of the longest river 

The voice of the hidden waterfall 

And the children in the apple-tree 

Not known, because not looked for 





But heard, half-heard, in the stillness 

Between the waves of the sea 

Quick now, here, now always — 




A condition of complete simplicity 
(Costing not less than everything) 
And all shall be well and 
All manner of thing shall be well 




When the tongues of flame are in-folded 
Into the crowned knot of fire 
And the fire and the rose are one. 



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ACADEMIA 



Students and faculty at Colorado College 
seem to have a deep mutual respect evolving 
out of a close association through the block 
plan. There is usually little real dissent, and 
administrators often teach classes and are 
members of student faculty committees. 
While the size of the various major 
departments varies considerably, no quotas 
are set on entering student's interests. It is not 
surprising to see classes competing against 
one another in a tug-of-war or hockey game 
in the off-class hours as a welcome relief from 
the intensity of the block plan. 



Do not go gentle into that good night 

Old age should burn and rave at close of day 

Rage, rage against the dying of the light 

Though wise men at their end know dark is right 
Because their words had forked no lightening they 
Do not go gentle into that good night. 

Good men, the last wave by, crying how bright 
Their trail deeds might have danced in green bay 
Rage, rage against the dying of the light 

Wild men who caught and sang the sun in flight 
And learn, too late, they grieved it on its way 
Do not go gentle into that good night. 

Grave men, near death, who see with blinding sigh] 
Blind eyes could blaze like meteors and be gay 
Rage, rage against the dying of the light. 

And you, my father, there on the sad height 
Curse, bless, me now with your fierce tears, I pray 
Do not go gentle into that good night 
Rage, rage against the dying of the light. 



Dylan Thomas 




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Clockwise: (left to right) Dr. William 

Champion, Dr. Richard Taber; Kim 

Birmingham; Dr. Champion with Dan Krivit; 

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CHEMISTRY 





Clockwise: (left to right) Dr. Richard 
Hilt; Tim Wilt; John Cornelison. 




PHYSICS 



Clockwise: (left to right) Bob Loevy; Dave 

Finley, GTenn Brooks, Fred Sonderman, Bob 

Loevy, Rudy de la Garza, Tim Fuller, Doug 

Mertz; Tim Fuller. 




POLITICAL SCIENCE 




SOCIOLOGY 












Clockwise: (left to right) Van Shaw, Mark Schnieder with Heidi Schmidt; Van Shaw, Robert Dunne, 
Margaret Duncombe, Mark Schneider. 




Clockwise: (left to right) Sara Kingery 
Bernard Arnest; Sara Lee Wilhelm 




MUSIC 



Clockwise: (left to right) Becky Sisk at the piano; Curtis 
Smith and Denise Foley; Ron Levy on the violin. 



MATHEMATICS 





Clockwise: (left to right) Kathy Hanrahan; Chuck 
Kaiser, Mike Krossey; Dr. Ron Hathaway; Ron 
Hathaway, Sharon Xabes (paraprofessional), Dick 
Beidleman, Mary Alice Hamilton, Alex Vargo, 
Kevin Little, Werner Heim. 




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CLOCKWISE: (left to right) Ray Werner, William Barton, 
Christopher Griffiths, Al Johnson, Jeff Ferguson, Paul 




^BUSINESS 

ADMINISTRATION 



Clockwise: (left to right) Tom K. Barton; George Drake; Carolyn Willson 




HISTORY 




ANTHROPOLOGY 




Clockwise: (left to right) Mike Nowak, Paul 
Kutsche, Lynn Udick; Remodeling of Palmer Hall; 
Marianne L. Stoller. 





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RELIGION 




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Clockwise: (left to right) Doug Fox; Joseph Pickle; Sam Williams, 
Kenneth Burton, Doug Fox, Joseph Pickle; English - John Simons, 
Joseph Gordon. 



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CLOCKWISE: (left to right) Andy 
Schaefer; RipLangford; John Lewis, Dave 
Normand, Mike Hannigan, William Fischer; 
Mike Hannigan. 




; GEOLOGY 



Clockwise: (left to right) Dirk Baay, Mariamna 

Soudakoff, Horst Richardson; Dirk Baay and 

Jeannie Stevens; Armin Wishard; Horst 

Richardson. 





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CLOCKWISE: (left to right) Harvey Rabbin; John Riker; Hans Krimm; 
(BACK ROW) John Riker, Glenn Gray, Hans Krimm, (FRONT ROW) 
Jane Cauvel, Harvey Rabbin. 



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THE ARTS 



Colorado College students received a 
long awaited gift in 1976: Packard Hall for 
Music and Fine Arts. While the departments 
housed there are not large, they nonetheless 
provide a needed outlet for expression. 
Applied Music classes are abundant, and 
there are many artistic opportunities for non- 
majors in such things as ceramics and 
photography. Drama productions enjoy a 
great popularity and are well attended, and 
many other activities such as No Theatre and 
concerts help round off the Arts. Student sup- 
port keeps them alive, and the result is an 
amazing quality of performance from a small 
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Let us try to create surroundings 

where the vanguard feels at home 

wide 

clear 

on human scale 

no large halls, pompous stairways, ceiling 

lights 
doors like gates, uniformed officials 
but a place where people dare talk, laugh 
and be themselves 
a real center for present life 
generous 
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music's home, home also for photography 
painting and sculpture, for dance and movies 
for experiment 

and for everything that will brighten 
the features of the face of our time 
for every contribution 
to the form of the present. 

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OUR NEW 

ADDITION 



Colorado College dedicated the new Packard 
Hall of Music and Art on November 12, 1976. The 
money to build the building was donated to the 
college by Mr. and Mrs. David Packard of Palo Alto, 
California. The building is named in memory of 
Sperry S. and Ella Graeber Packard, both of whom 
graduated from Colorado College in 1902. 

The art department has a four story studio block 
with a western view which contains space for both 
professors and students. The department has also 
acquired a printing press and an excellent darkroom. 

The music department includes a resource 
center with twenty listening stations and a new perfor- 
mance hall which seats three hundred people and is 
ideal for many campus concerts and lectures. The 
department also boasts a new Synthi 100 as part of 
the equipment in the Pearson Electronic Studio, 
dedicated in memory of James Scott Pearson of the 
class of 1972. The synthesizer, the most sophisticated 
presently available, was built in London and is only 
one of four in the U.S. 

Both departments are making plans to make the 
best use of their new facilities in the future. As Dr. 
Seay put it, "It will take a while to discover all of the 
potentialities of this new building." 



COLORADO COLLEGE PLAYERS PRESENT 
OCTOBER 14, 15, 16 



CAMELOT 




Page 48 (Pictures left to right): Jim Blickensderfer, Susan Sadler, Nick Malyshev, Carl Holub, Karen 
McLachlan, Han-Joachim Angelin, Lincoln Draper; Bryan Carr. Page 49 (Pictures CLOCKWISE): Enid 
Schantz, Laura Van Holdt, Jeff Haney, Terry Kaelber; Terry Kaelber, Karen McLachlan, Laura Van Holdt, 
Nick Malyshev, Lincoln Draper, Karen McLachlan, Cami Thompson, Jeff Haney, Linda Rau, Enid Schantz, 
Pam Cornwall; Enid Schantz, Karen McLachlan, Laura Van Holdt. 





CAST 

Arthur Terry Kaelber 

Guenevere Karen McLachlan 

Lancelot Bryan Carr 

Pellinore Mark McConnell 

Mordred Rives Collins 

Morgan Le Fey Margaret Snow 

Nimue Katherine McLagan 

Merlyn Jim Volz 

Clarius Richard Robb 

Sir Dinadan Carl Holub 

Sir Sagramore Nick Malyshev 

Sir Lionel Hans-Joachim Angelin 

Page Jim Blickensderfer 

Lady Anne Laura Van Holdt 

Lady Sybil Enid Schantz 

Tom Colin Crawford 

Ladies of the Court: Kathy Brann, Pam 

Cornwall, Susan Grigsby, Sue Lyon, 

Bev Kinraide, Katherine McLagan, 

Linda Rau, Susan Sadler, Jennifer 

Steward, Cami Thompson, Amy Tassock 
Knights of the Table Round: Lincoln 

Draper, Jeff Haney, Paul King, Mike 

Maison pierre, Charles Loomis, Tony 

Zarlengo, Steve Otto 
Dancers: Cyd Anschutz, David Hughes, 

Marie Jagger, John Munger, Steve 

Otto, Fay Simpson 
Peacocks: Ann Meisel, Deborah Talbot 
Clementine as Horrid 




CAST 

Chernov Karl Soderstrom 

Petrovin Joel Silverman 

Bounine Gregory Hall 

Anastasia Cindy Mace 

Varya Amy Alfred 

Sergei Michael Noll 

Drivnitz Gary Heyman 

Serensky David Cowen 

Sleigh Driver Alan Winnikoff 

Charwoman Ann Meisel 

Empress Barbara Paradiso 

Prince Paul William Griffith 

Livenbaum Patty Lewis 

Director William McMillen 



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Firenza Ann Meisel 

Etheria Allison Smith 

Wizard Paul King 

Cocky-Oily Elizabeth McKay 

Unicorn Stephanie Long 

Mikey Brier Turpin 

Prince (Beast) Rives Collins 

Mr. Clement Tom Howes 

Aphrodite Erica Leoni 

Jonquiline Pamela Cornwall 

Jessamine Lori Bower 

Beauty Kirsty Peterson 

Director A. Jean McMillen 



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CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF 





CAST 

Maggie Margaret Snow 

Brick Carl Holub 

Mae Mollie Fairbanks 

Big Mama Chris Werner 

Gooper Rod Keith 

Big Daddy Thurn Hoffman 

Doc Baugh Joel Silverman 

Dixie Stephanie Long 

Trixie Elizabeth McKay 

Buster Steven McKay 

-w Sonny Mark Roeder 

I Polly Tricia Zahniser 

Caterers Kathryn Beckley 

Tim Neff 




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STUDENT 
ACTIVITIES 



Student Activities and Organizations are quite 
active at Colorado College, being both 
hampered and made even more necessary by 
the stresses and strains of the block plan. 
There is definitely less time for extra- 
curricular activities than on traditional plans, 
and yet CC students manage to find time for 
the non-academics. The CCCA charters many 
organizations and clubs, ranging from work- 
ing with children to mountain climbing, and 
fraternities and sororities once again seem to 
have found a strong foothold in college life 
after a long era of tenuousness. 



"Meanings will change as you learn to grow and all 
that is known suddenly becomes old and that which 
you had to last you 'til the end turns out to be just a 
passing friend. And would you spend your life away 
collecting great treasures so you'd be safe someday. 
And when you're old, and when you're gray, meanings 
will change; life's just that way. When you're finally sure, 
you think you understand, all about living and life's 
demands, someone will touch you and you'll see again. 
Meanings will change; you just can't win. 

If you're wise and if you know what few things are 
real which never grown old then take them now and 
make you a start with a simple life and a simple heart. 

Paul Stookey 



KAPPA ALPHA TH ETA 



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BACK ROW: (left to right) Amy Tassock, Muffy Tate, Mary Pat Kemme, Kay Kay 
Beckley, Kappy Demmin, Kathy Espinoza, Sandy Pringle, Lisa Sandstrom, Judy 
Waldo, Laurie McCluskey, Amy Von Schrader, Sue Lyon, Diane Lacy. ROW 
TWO: Cathy Howard, Vicki Pool, Sharon Gates, Beth Schnieder, Vicki 
Overholser, Cindy Pappas, Nancy MacGregor, Debbie Francis, Laurie Phelps, 
Denise Linczer, Melinda Eager, Nancy Chaps, Ann Schedler, Lynne Moore, Ann 
Millard, Susie Moore, Kaye Brandenburg, Maggie Williams, Nancy Trumble, 



Kanda Gaba, Ann Hohbach, Jan Vacek, Mary Slayton, Maggie McClearn, Sue 
Schulte, Mom Young. ROW THREE: Thumper Rosenauer, Sandy Pierce, Melissa 
Levinson, Kathy Bartels, Marcia Mitchell, Nancy Woodworth. ROW FOUR: Carrie 
Price, Kim King, Mary Shifrin, Susan Collie, Jenny Combs, Linda Crout. ROW 
FIVE: Diane Kooken, Martha Strong, Margaret Snow, Carol Hughett, Sue 
Hlavacek. ROW SIX: Shannon Dillard, Robin Meili, Janet Boyd, Susie Sell, Sheri 
Ives. 




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(CLOCKWISE): Judy Waldo, Julie Johnson, Jane 
Shoplick, Amy Tassock, Margaret Williams; Diane 
Lacy; Nancy Chaps, Kay O'Neill. 



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The year went quickly for the Thetas. The fall 
pledge class was the largest in many years, bringing 
29 new girls into the house. 

Community Service Projects were frequent. 
These included activities which were either directed 
toward their national philanthropy, the Colorado 
Springs Community, or an inter-sorority level. At 
Halloween, masks were delivered to the children in 
Penrose Hospital, and at Christmas the Thetas, along 
with one of the fraternities, sponsored a Christmas 
party for special education children. As a good will 
gesture, the Thetas held a pre-rush ice cream social 
for all the sorority houses. 

Early in the year, the actives, pledges, and alum- 
ni gathered at the Theta house for a dessert night and 
some avid bidding on hand crafted gift items. Two for- 
mals, a Christmas dance, and other less structured 
activities such as skit night and a costumed 
Halloween party marked much of the social calendar. 

This year the house lost only a few seniors. They 
included: Cindy Bledsoe, Vicki Fagerness, Kay 
Knowlton, Kay O'Neill, Lisa Sandstrom, and Margaret 
Snow. 



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This page: (Pictures CLOCKWISE) Chris Nelson, Robin McQuay, 

Chris Winkler; Laurie Marvin, Teri Diestelkamp, Kathy Feiler; Cindy 

Flores, Maria Borowski, Diane McGinty, Cyd Anschutz, Wendy 

Eiseman, Nancy O'Malley. 




The Kappas found many exciting things to keep them 

busy over the year. Their new initiates spread Christmas 

cheer by caroling at a retirement home. At Thanksgiving 

and Easter, they held afternoon open houses for alumni 

and faculty with their children. 

A wide variety of social activities were planned for the 

year. The annual formals were held, and in addition they 

had such fun evenings as an airplane party and a casino 

party with different fraternities. During initiation week, 

seven different Kappa groups haunted the city in their 

"sound" scavenger hunt. 

There were quite a few surprise morning "sneaks" by 

pledges and actives alike. On some of these mornings, the 

house even ventured up into the foothills for their 

breakfast. 

The seniors leaving the house this year are: Alice 

Ballew, Maria Borowski, Mary Borra, Dee Dee Carlson, 

Diane Claassen, Wendy Eiseman, CeeCee Ferrari, Deirdre 

Fricke, Sue Grigsby, Anne Hallock, Kris Lau, Patty Lovett, 

Nancy O'Malley, Jean Robertson, Susie Smith, Nancy Vine, 

and Linda Welty. 



KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 




BACK ROW: (left to right) Laura O'Connor, Vicky Palazarri, Tracy Busier, Cyd 
Anschutz, Nancy Harvey, Anne Hartley, Rosie Gallardo, Linda Welty, Jean 
Robertson, Chris Winkler, Laurie Marvin, Patsy Hauck. ROW TWO: Cami 
Thompson, Mary Borra, Lisa Weiske, Frayda Rappoport, Kathy Wimer, Ellen 
Burton, Kris Severson, Judy Jeurink, Patty Lovett, Debbie Parks, Ro Borra, Anne 



Rudolph, Kathy Sweeney. ROW THREE: Kathie Goett, Nancy Noah, Robin 
McQuay, Kathy McElderry, Mary Gottenborg, Kathy Feiler, Diane Claassen, Jen- 
nie Young, Kathy Millian. ROW FOUR: Mary Yamahiro, Chris Nelson, Anne 
Hallock, Susie Smith, Maria Borowski, CeeCee Ferrari, Teri Diestelkamp, Lisa 
Morrow. 



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DELTA GAMMA 










FRONT ROW: (left to right) Cindy DuFeu, Beth Calkins, Suzy Benight, Pat Meyer, Jill Jemison, Kim Mitchell, Wilma Clyde, Housemother. SECOND ROW: Cathy Capek, 
Julie Clark, Irene Wakimura, Jean Hanske, Linda Rigler, Diane Huntsinger, Lori Bower, Julie Derkson, Sharon Libell. ROW THREE: Anna West, Susan Walker Smith, 
Susan Heider, Janie Millard, Ahmoy Look, Jan Long, Alysia Abbate, Tammy Daney, Pam Cornwall, Mallory Moore, Rae Garrett, Carol Gordon, Deb Armstrong, Caron 
Peterson. FOURTH ROW: Molly Niedermeyer, Mary Hibbs, Marlys Gengler, Jan Rundus, Kathy Ake, Brenna Gentry, Debbie Kulka, Deb Talbot, Peggy McKenna. Photos 
on Page 65: (CLOCKWISE, left to right) Molly Niedermeyer; Mary Hibbs; Peggy Yaeger and Katrina Carlson. 




Through bake sales in December and May, the Delta 
Gammas raised money for their philanthropy: the Prevention of 
Blindness. Their work with the Deaf and Blind School in 
Colorado Springs included Halloween trick or treating and a 
St. Patrick's Day Party. Activities with Alumni involved two 
philanthropy fund raising projects, a bridge benefit and a 
rummage sale. 

New additions to the house numbered not only twenty two 
pledges but a new multi-talented house mother. A moonball 
party, relay race party, and an all house Christmas tree 
decorating party were included in some of the "sneaks". A real 
plus for the house was their Trivia Bowl team, "The Thorny 
Roses," which competed to quarter finals. Some of the livelier 
social events included the Christmas semi-formal and two 
other annual formals, the Dickinson Theme Christmas Party, 
election returns party, and TV show maze party. 

When school begins again in the fall, the Delta Gammas 
will be missing their eight graduating members: Katrina 
Carlson, Terry Lehman, Pat Meyer, Mallory Moore, Kim Smith, 
Peggy Yaeger, Marlys Gengler, and Marry Hibbs. 




A good deal of time and energy went into both the 

Gamma Phi's local and national philanthropies. Early in the 

year, they held an evening information session and recruited 

volunteers to work for their local philanthropy, the Association 

for Retarded Children. With the help of resource people, 

bagels and coffee, the evening proved successful. Nationally, 

the Gamma Phi's work with two camps for underprivileged 

children, and this year they put together coffee can camp kits 

for their campers. 

Early morning, orange juice and doughnuts seemed to be 

prime sneak material in both the fall and spring. Holidays were 

well observed, serving pumpkin pie for Columbus day and 

green milk-shakes and cookies on St. Patricks Day. Cheyenne 

Canyon was the annual Senior Sneak location with banana 

boats, bonfires, and singing. 

Alum relations were furthered by an evening potluck and 

an afternoon tea. The alums were an integral part of the Arts 

and Crafts Fair also. Christmas formal and spring formal were 

the major highlights of the social calendar. The Suppressed 

Desires party also brought out unusual fantasies. (The award 

went to the banana whose date came as a gorilla). 

The house took on twenty new pledges although twelve 

seniors left: Linda Bradley, Melanie Dickinson, Patti 

Freudenberg, Dale Gregory, Candy Hand, Linda Hare, Cheryl 

Holmes, Fay Matsukage, Sandy Moffet, Coqui Murray, Anne 

Woodward, and Loren Wright. 



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GAMMA PHI BETA 




TOP ROW: (left to right) Ann Burnett, Tami Hand, Mary McNeely, Kay Newell, Karen Rector, Pam Haag, Sandy Moffet, Jennie Bails, Caro Stott. SECOND ROW: Julie 
Reddan, Marne Jensen, Gayle Stayton, Kelly Burchett, Sally Owens, Mom Hand, Chris Bowers, Gail Harlor, Carolyn Schneider, Nancy Levit. KNEELING: Dolores Nutter, 
Candy Hand, Vicki Weitzel, Becky Sisk, Cindy Olsen, Martha McCann. BOTTOM ROW: Lisa Radetsky, JoAnn Schneider, Taffy Bond, Fuzzy, Linda Bradley, Dale Gregory. 
Page 66: (CLOCKWISE, left to right) Kelly Burchett, JoAnn Schneider, Patti Freudenberg, Julie Reddan, Sandy Moffett; Loren Wright; Dale Gregory. 



SIGMA CHI 




FRONT ROW: (left to right) Duke Motch, Lowell Moore, Todd Crouter, John Witt. SECOND ROW: Chris Davis, Larry Rhodes, Josh Blake, Wade DeMond, Michael Florance, 
Rick Schultz, Mark Shippley, Larry Lutz, Jay Hartwell, Bruce Reed, Patrick Dunn, Steve Eikenberry. THIRD ROW: Bob White, Dave Margrave, Chris Price, Jim Byers, 
Dave Barton, Charlie Chapin, Ken Millian, Ken Inscoe, Steve Sornsin, Jeff Kaes, Morley Thompson, Ralph Kinsberg, Craig Collins. FOURTH ROW: Dave Shepperly, Bob 
Markel, Dave Morrison, Woods Lusk, Dave Dietel, Pete Young. BACK ROW: Scott Herrera, Dave Casper, Tim Schupp. Page 69: (CLOCKWISE: left to right) Ken Millian, 
Jim Byers, Steve Weiss; Peter Young; John Witt. 




The Sigma Chi's sent off six seniors with one of their 
best years ever at Colorado College. Wine and Roses, a 
Christmas party, and numerous other activities kept the 
first semester moving. The Springs brought 
backgammon, FAC's, golf and similar sun deck 
recreations. The highlight of the Springs Semester was 
the Sweetheart formal. Susan Schulte was selected as 
this year's Sweetheart. 

Public relations is always a big part of Sigma Chi. 
Philanthropic activities included the sponsoring of a 
South American foster child, trips to Wallace Village and 
a March of Dimes Haunted House Project. Business and 
pleasure proved an enjoyable combination with an all 
Campus beer blast charity affair. 

Rush proved very successful with the addition of 
twenty six new pledges to help replace graduating 
seniors John Witt, Jim Byers, Dave Barton, Steve Lewis, 
Kenn Millian, and Steve Johnson. 




The Phi Delta Theta social program featured 

the Phifty-Phi's entertainment at the Annual 50's 

Party. Other social highlights included the 

Christmas Party, Pledge Formal, and the almost 

annual Buns-Up Golf Tournament. 

In service to the community, the Phi Delt's 

spent Easter Sunday entertaining the children 

and adults confined in the local hospitals. They 

also participated in the North Cheyenne Canyon 

Clean-Up and this year's Special Olympics. 

Fourteen new members initiated after a 

successful rush and pledge program and will 

replace the graduating seniors: Paul Ahern, Dave 

Banks, Jim Blickensderfer, Dave Caldwell, Ned 

Calonge, Dave Conkey, Dave Cowen, Chris 

Dalton, Mike Garcia, Phil Genty, Dave Gering, 

Jeff Johnston, Leigh Lutz, Curt Markel, Gary 

Mantz, Tom McKenzie, Rick Sauer, Gene Wadas, 

and Jeff Wengrovius. 




PHI DELTA THETA 




TOP ROW: (left to right) Tom Blickensderfer, Brian Matayoshi, Richard Kilbride, Dave Caldwell, Jeff Johnston. STANDING: Tom Gander, Dave Gering, Jim Reed, Boot 
Bracken, Dennis Genty, Dave Neuhaus, Rod MacKinnon, Carr Kline, Rob Hansen. FIRST ROW: Dave Cowen, Jim Berryhill, Ken Shroyer, Joel Gering, Eric Freeman, Brian 
Feeney, Winnie Wengrovius, Gary Martz, Dave Conkey, Jim Blickensderfer. SEATED: Ned Calonge, Dick Capek, Gene Wadas, Mike Noll, Shawn Sullivan, Mike Garcia. 
Page 70: (CLOCKWISE, left to right) Rick Kilbride; Tom Blickensderfer, Jim Reed, Dick Capek; Jeff Miller, Dave Conkey, Tom Blickensderfer, Steve Ellis, Dick Capek, 
Brian Matayoshi, Cathy Capek, Nancy Chaps. 



PHI GAMMA DELTA 




ROOF: (left to right) Mike Rosenthal, Greg Thomas, Curtis Moore, Thrun Hoffman, John Traeger, Tim Hall, Rick Young J.m Balderston Tim Barth STAND NG Craig 
Silverman, John Gormley. Greg Harpel, Bruce Poole, Cliff Tompkins, Rob Read, John Caron, Terry Hoadly, John Orlovsky. FIRST ROW .J.m Lovett * m ^J™',™? 
MacCollum, David Adams, Marc St.John, John Noll, Scott Hubbell, Scott Supperstein, Vince Cordova and Banquo, Jim Lowry Dan I McCarth £ ^eg Reicks, ^,e r Gr ei 
SECOND ROW: Terry Brennan, Rick Lopez, Bill Howell, Tim Paich, Joe Huggins, Kirk Sullivan, Todd Anderson Dave McDermott, Kirk Hoffman Dave Heckler, Greg 
Van Schaack LYING DOWN: Ed Hermann. Page 73: (CLOCKWISE, left to right) Mike Straub and Mark Osmond; Terry Brennan; Mike Rosenthal. 




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The highlights of the year were the annual 
events of Purple Garter, Ski Weekend (Winter 
Park), and Fiji Island. The Fiji's were active in 
Varsity as well as Intramural sports. Several 
Fiji's were distinguished for their outstanding 
performances. 

In the community, the Fiji's continued their 
participation in the Big Brother's Program as 
well as other activities which varied from 
working with the handicapped to cleaning up 
Cheyenne Canyon. 

Graduating this year are: Todd Anderson, 
Charlie Backley, Tom Beckman, Quinn Fox, 
Greg Harpel, Ed Herrman, John Hibben, Mike 
Hiefield, Kirk Hoffman, Joe Huggins, Rick 
Lopez, Jim Lowry, Dave McDermott, Harry 
Mosco, Mike Straub, and Kirk Sullivan. 




This year the Kappa Sigma's philanthropic activities 

included the Cheyenne Canyon Cleanup, caroling at local 

elderly rest homes throughout the Christmas season, and 

helping the elderly who were stranded by last winter's blizzard. 

The house also participated in the Special Olympics, the Ruth 

Washburn C.O.O.P. Nursery School's MayFair, and the Firkin 

Festival, in a joint effort with Kappa Kappa Gamma to benefit 

the Dale House Juvenile Rehabilitation Center. 

The house was also quite socially active this year. In 

addition to numerous theme parties with the campus sororities 

and the fall and spring formals, the Kappa Sig's held their 

annual D.U. Hockey party and their 9th block mountain party. 

The house also turned its efforts towards its own improvement. 

1977 saw the construction of a sundeck, a new basement 

floor, and an outdoor barbeque. 




KAPPA SIGMA 




ROOF: (STANDING, left to right) Fred Perderndong, Rob Levine, Terry Becker, Pete Lelong, George Nickerson, (SITTING) Terry Leyden, Mike Bevans, Greg Moffet, Tom 
Bloom Jeff Moulton, Dave Barker. PORCH: (left to right) Rick Weisman, Ed Goldstein, Joe Jiminez, Keith Owens, Dennis Garcia, Jon Lavoie, Bob Blaik, Ed Starz, Jim 
Kesl, Phil West, David Hodges, Jim Collins. FIRST ROW: John Burke, Tim Zarlengo, Bill Guild, Norman Chu, Bob Nystrom, Stan Cook, Richard Stoeckly, Scott Van, 
Pete Lautmann.' ON GRASS: Glenn Van, Dirk Tyler, Charles Loomis. Page 74: CLOCKWISE, left to right) George Nickerson, Bob Blaik, Scott Van, Scott Pallara, (SEATED) 
Rick Weisman; Ed Starz. 



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Jim Truettner, Tigger Hall, Mark Naimy, Jim Appel, Eric Fishaut, Travis Hudelson, Frank Dale, Dave Christensen, Roger Pack, Peter Oatman, Tom Wendel, Dave Buck, 
Mike Cohen, Wayne Braxton, Jeff Houlton, Willy Carney, Glenn Collins, Doug Maner, Tom Creigh, Rich Director, Andy Schaeffer, Mrs. Miller. Page 77: (CLOCKWISE, 
left to right) Glenn Collins; Willy Carney and Peter Oatman. 








This year the Beta's initiated the new year with 
their annual first all-campus party. The semester 
continued with clean up projects in Cheyenne Canyon 
and ended with the first annual "Wild Turkey Party" 
This pattern followed right into the second semester, 
as Rush and the Wild West party followed in 
successive months. The year was capped by a large 
money making effort in the community, along with 
the traditional campout. Twenty one new members 
will replace the graduating seniors Frank Dale, Mark 
Heider, Chip Seymour, Andy Baker, Richard Tickle, 
Alan Harris, Dexter Guerri, Doug Andrews, and Phil 
Allen. 




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THE CUTLER BOARD 




As an independent publishing board, Cutler 

Publications is responsible for the publishing of the 

NUGGET (yearbook), the CATALYS T (weekly 

newspaper), and the LEVIATHAN (a journal of politics 

and the arts). In addition to selecting the editors, the 

Board also oversees the general operations in addition 

to preparing the annual budget in April. Retiring 

Chairman Jim Byers was replaced by Jay Hartwell in 

January. At large board members Christie Balka and 

Chris Nordlinger were elected in the fall to replace 

Howard Lehman whose term had expired. A new 

faculty member, Professor Margaret Duncombe, filled 

the position as treasurer vacated by Professor Bob Lee 

who was in France on sabbatical. 

Editors were - Jay Hartwell, Catalyst First 

Semester; Liz Collier, Catalyst Second Semester; Alan 

Prendergast, Leviathan; Sid Wilkins, Nugget. 




Page 78: (clockwise, left to right) Alan 
Prendergast, Ruth Barton, Jay Hartwell, 
Carol Barlow; Ruth Barton, Chris 
Nordlinger, Jay Hartwell, Carol Barlow. 
Page 79 (clockwise, left to right) Dave 
Fenza; Connie McCombs, Lauren 
Wright, Dave Fenza, Alan Prendergast, 
Paul Franco; Alan Prendergast. 




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PAGE 80: (CLOCKWISE, left to right) Robin Meili; Erik 
Thomsen with Ken Abbott; BACK ROW - Connie Holloway, 
Erik Thomsen, Ken Abbott. FRONT ROW - Sid Wilkis, 
Editor, John Witt, Lisa Radetsky.Robin Meili. Page 81: Jay 
Hartwell (BOTTOM), Janet Odlaug, Steve Smith, Liz 
Collier.Niles Lathem, Bo Miller, Carol Garten, Anne 
Reifenberg, Mike Slade, Peter Bansen, Gail Bradney. 



TRIVIA BOWL 




Page 83: (TOP) Neil Morgenstern 

and Rodger Gurrentz; (BOTTOM) 

Kelly Shaw, Hill Martin, Alfonso 

Jacquez, Steve Ellis, Dean Richard 

Bradley. (BACKGROUND) Katie 

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The Colorado College Campus Association spent the year bringing various 
sectors of the college community closer together, simultaneously aiding the 
student body with increased activities and services through allocation of student 
activity fees. CCCA involvement spread throughout all areas of campus life. 
Strengthened ties between CCCA and Leisure Time provided coordination of 
special event funding as well as new opportunities for campus wide programming. 
A new off-campus housing policy, a revised faculty course handbook, an improved 
student conduct code, as well as a centralized security escort system, and the 
college's first Friday, May 6, constituted a part of the CCCA's projects for the 
year. 







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de Atzlan is composed of Chicano 

students for the purpose of promoting 

their culture and to better meet the needs 

of Chicano students. 

In order to achieve a more effective voice 

in campus affairs, MECHA was involved in 

recruiting Chicano students and faculty. 

MECHA also assisted in course 

development. To increase contact and 

understanding with larger segments of the 

college and city community, MECHA 

sponsored cultural and academic 

endeavors relating to Chicano culture. 





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MECHA AND 
CHAVARIM 



Chavarim is a student organization which 
promotes Jewish cultural traditions on 
campus. It sponsored a variety of programs 
this year. Among these were Friday night 
Sabbath dinners which were held on and 
off-campus, Israeli dancing and Hebrew 
courses for all interested persons, and a 
Succah (hut) was built outside of Rastall, 
where any student was welcome to eat and 
celebrate the holiday of the harvest. 

The opening of the Resource Center in 
Mathias was celebrated with a Bagel Bash 
complete with cream cheese and greetings 
from the president, Jeff Auerbach and 
vice-president Steve Ellis. Chavarim 
sponsored a program about the stringent 
Soviet immigration policy concerning the 
Jews and other minorities within the USSR. 
The highlight of the year was the annual 
Passover Seder, catered by Saga, led by 
Chavarim members and open to the public. 



KRCC 








KRCC-FM celebrated its 25th anniversary of non-commercial 

broadcasting this year. A general staff of over forty students 

and townspeople continued to provide Colorado Springs with 

unique services in music and musical events. Nearly 1000 

homes in the community received the KRCC Classical 

Program Guide, which will be expanded in the future to 

provide additional coverage of the station's other major 

programming, jazz and free form music. Expanded listening 

hours, more bilingual programs, and in-studio musical 

performances attest to the initiative of the KRCC staff. Their 

license was renewed this year by the Federal 

Communication's Commission. 

CLOCKWISE: (left to right) K. C. Walsh; K. C. Walsh and 
Dave Cowen; Jim Byers. 



Blue Key, CC's service honorary for 
juniors and seniors took part in many 
activities this year. Members were kept 
busy during Parent's Weekend running 
the registration desk, hosting an early 
morning breakfast, and sponsoring the 
annual dance at the Broadmoor 
International Center. Blue Key arranged 
the Welcomer-Welcomee program to 
help new students become acquainted 
with CC, and they also sponsored 
Professor Kenneth Burton reading 
selections from "Winnie the Pooh" at a 
Sunday night dinner. In May, Blue Key 
put on a symposium on the quality of 
life at CC and also did much of the 
organizing for the Honor's Convocation. 
A luncheon was given following the 
Convocation for the recipients of the 
awards and the faculty who presented 
awards. As in years past, Blue Key 
supplied ushers for events such as 
Opening Convocation, choir concerts, 
and theatrical production. 

CLOCKWISE: (left to right) Libby 
Mancke and M. J. Henderson; Lois 
Rubeck, Katie Lewis, Phil Genty, Kathy 
Bartels, Taffy Bond, M.J. Henderson. 




CC MOUNTAIN CLUB 




The Colorado College Mountain Club met every Tuesday evening in the basement 

of Cutler Hall. With a membership of about eighty, it offered recreation and 

instructions in climbing techniques. Activities included a fall rock climbing school, 

two spelunking expeditions, an ascent of Peaks Lincoln, Democrat and Bross, a 

rafting trip on the Arkansas River, a block break to the Lost Creek Scenic Area, a 

Halloween retreat at the Barr Camp up Pikes Peak, a winter Snow and Ice School 

near Quandry Peak, and several day hikes to places such as the Royal Gorge. The 

weekly meetings included slide show presentations of mountain and desert 

expeditions and lectures on topics such as frostbite, hypothermia, rope 

techniques, and speleology. 




CERAMICS CLUB 




Volunteer Action involved about eighty 
Colorado College students this year. Elementary 
school children referred to the program through 
their social workers were bused from four 
Colorado Springs public schools. The tutors and 
children spent an hour and a half together each 
eek eveloping a relationship that helped build the 
child's self confidence and expose the tutor to a 
part of the community outside of Colorado 
College. 






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Page 92: (Clockwise, left to right) Steve Hong; Mac Johnson; Ed Webster. Page 93: (Clockwise, 
left to right) Jemela Macer, Robin Maynard, M. J. Henderson, Carol Kast, Carol Petsonk, Megan 
Sturges, Elizabeth Lentini, Sue Stacey, Sharon Whitmore, Brenda Rau, Christi Balka, Linda Henn, 

Donna Owigans, Flo Kennedy. 



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THE WOMEN'S COMMISSION 




WOMEN'S COMMISSION: The Women's 
Commission was the feminist organization on campus. 
Some of the programs sponsored were films, the 
Issues 76 symposium in conjunction with Blue Key and 
ENACT, a reception dinner for new faculty and staff, 
and a Security Awareness program in conjunction with 
the Security Commission and the Panhellenic Council. 
International Women's Week was celebrated by 
Sponsoring the all-women jazz/rock band Be Be 
K'Roche, and by sponsoring a seminar and lecture by 
the feminist and black activist, Flo Kennedy. 



GRADUATION 




Marshall Alan Robinson, vice-president for 

resource and environmental affairs for Ford 

Foundation, New York, delivered the main address at 

Colorado College's 96th Commencement ceremony. 

The topic of his delivery was "The Ecology of 

Mistakes." 

The ceremony took place at 8:30 a.m. in the 

Central Quadrangle beside Armstrong Hall before 

approximately 349 degree recipients. The graduating 

class, composed of students from all over the 

country, is the third class to graduate which has 

studied all four years under the distinctive "block 

plan" for intensive study for which Colorado College 

is known. 

In his comments, Robinson devoted his attention 

to the issue of the environment, an issue which he 

viewed as the major problem facing society today 

and one which "will curse us unless common sense 

can cause us to mend our ways." 

Commencement exercises were followed by a 

president's reception for degree recipients, parents, 

alumni, and friends of the College. President Lloyd E. 

Worner presided. Other weekend events were a 

senior and parent dinner dance and reception in the 

Grand Ballroom of the Four Seasons Inn, Saturday, 

followed Sunday with Baccalaureate in Shove 

Memorial Chapel; reunions of the classes of 1917, 

1922, and 1927; and a special meeting of the Fifty 

Year Club in Bemis Dining Room on Sunday. 




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ATHLETICS 



Colorado College may be a small school, 
but it has never seemed to hamper the ex- 
cellence of the athletic teams. There are no 
scholarships, with the exception of hockey, 
and students and coaches and faculty 
manage to co-exist with the understanding 
that the block plan and sports do not always 
interact perfectly. Many teams are co-ed, and 
the low key image of sports is refreshing, 
which may explain why an overwhelming ma- 
jority of students rejected the idea of 
reinstituting cheerleaders on campus. This 
spirit of what is really important about 
athletics at CC is reflected by a poem written 
in 1896 by Alfred Edward Housman. 



The time you won your town the race 
We chaired you through the market place; 
Man and boy stood cheering by 
And home we brought you shoulder high. 

Today, the road all runners come, 
Shoulder high we bring you home, 
And set you at your threshold down. 
Townsman of a stiller town. 

Smart lad, to slip betimes away 
From fields where glory does not stay 
And early though the laurel grows 
It withers quicker than the rose. 

Eyes the shady night has shut 

Cannot see the record cut, 

And silence sounds no worse than cheers 

After earth has stopped the ears. 

Now you will not swell the rout 
Of lads that wore their honors out, 
Runners whom renoun outran 
And the name died before the man. 

So set, before its echoes fade 
The fleet toot on the sill of shade 
And hold to the low lintel up 
The still defended challenge cup. 

And round that early laureled head 
Will flock to gaze the strengthless dead 
And find unwithered of its curls 
The garland briefer than a girl's. 



SKI TEAM 




The Tiger ski racers had another exciting 

and eventful year this racing season. The 

racers were again coached by Mike Adams 

and Ron Hickerson. Though the snow (or lack 

of it) was devastating to the ski industry, the 

CC team skied at least 25 times, traveling to 

Lake Eldora, Pikes Peak, Winter Park and 

Angel Fire. 

The top men skiers were Andy "Nags" 

Nagel, Steve "Cruncher" Simasko and Fred 

"The Wonder" Weiner, who qualified for the 

NCAA Regional Championship. The other 

men, who provided stability for the team were 

Kimball Forrest, Woody Hittle, Dan McCarthy, 

Dan Morgan, and Lennard Zinn. The women 

were again a strong portion of the team. 

Most Valuable Skier Marly "Garbonzo" 

Cardozo and Captain Jan "Rosie" Rosenfeld 

showed what CC can really do on the race 

course. Ellen Burton, Marj Connors, Nini 

"McSniffer" McNiff and Wendy Sumner 

provided the ever needed back-up support. 

Next year the team will certainly feel the 

loss of Cruncher, Kimball, and Rosie, and 

four-year coach and friend, Mike Adams. Also 

leaving the team, in his third year as Manager 

is Leap'n Lee Abram. 







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Page 98: (CLOCKWISE, left to right) BACK ROW - Ron Hickerson (coach), Dan 
Morga, Nini McNiff, Lennard Zinn, Steve Simasko, Kimball Forrest, Mike 
Adams (coach), Lee Abram (manager). FRONT ROW - Marly Cordozo, Fred 
Weiner, Wendy Sumner, Andy Nagel, Jan Rosenfeld, Woody Hittle, Ellen 
Burton, Marj Connors, Dan McCarthy. BOTTOM PICTURE: Fred Weiner. 



FOOTBALL 




SCORES 

Nebraska Wesleyan 13, CC 37 
Mesa College 14, CC 14 
Austin College 14, CC 31 
Hastings College 13, CC 42 
Redlands University 10, CC 7 
Bethany College 10, CC 63 
Sioux Falls College 14, CC 49 

(Homecoming) 
Kansas Wesleyan 35, CC 50 
Trinity University 17, CC 21 

(Parents Day) 





Page 100: (left to right) Tony Ham, Quinn Fox, 
Kevin Easton; Tim Paich. Page 101: 
(CLOCKWISE) Dave Hall; Tim Barth, Paul "Bull" 
Amundson, Terry Swenson; Paul "Bull" Amund- 
son; Steve Dye. 



Page 102 (CLOCKWISE): Bill Scott #3, Bruce Petterson #4, Richard Director #5, Ed- 
die Dietz #9, Connie Simmons #2, John Monteiro #10, Brad Turner #6. Page 103: 
Brad Turner #6, Dave Dietel #12, Richard Director #5, Eddie Dietz #9, Bruce Petter- 
son, Bill Scott, Coach Horst Richardson, Ron Edmundson, Tom Lee. 




SOCCER 




Westmont 1, CC 2 

University of Texas at Austin 2, CC 6 

Brigham Young University 0, CC 4 

North Texas State 1, CC 2 

University of California - Santa Clara 1 

CC 4 
Benedictine College 1, CC 
Regis 0, CC 17 
Fullerton 5, CC 2 
Las Vegas 1, CC 3 
Utah State University 1, CC 5 
Metro State 1 , CC 6 
Colorado School of Mines 0, CC 6 
South Florida University 0, CC 1 
Chicago Circle 0, CC 1 
Oakland University 0, CC 1 
Metro 1, CC 5 
University of Denver 0, CC 4 



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INVITATIONAL CHAMPIONS 

CHICAGO CIRCLE 
TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS 



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Volleyball Record: 
Nine Wins 
Eleven Losses 
Two Ties 

CLOCKWISE: (left to right) Susan Walker 
Smith, Linda Sasenick; Susan Walker 
Smith, Linda Sasenick, Laurie Jones; 
Susan Walker Smith, Linda Sasenick, 
Jan Fraser, Laurie Jones. Other 
Members: Nan Birkley, Hollis Bright, 
Anne O'Connor, Mimi Hsu, Susan Gibbs, 
Julie Clark. 



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Cross Country Schedule: 



Sept. 18 

Sept. 25 . 

Oct. 3 . 

Oct. 16 



Oct. 17 
Oct. 23 



. . USAFA 

. Vail Fest 

. Genesee 

Mountain 

. . Dames 

Distance 

Derby 

Fort Collins 

U. S. Track 

and Field 

Federation 

Championship 

Oct. 30 . . . Rocky 

Mountain AAU 

Nov. 13 . . . USAFA 



CLOCKWISE: (left to right) Coach 
Sterne, Brian Feeney, Steve Sornsin, 
Laurie Marvin, Tony Wall, (FRONT 
ROW) Jack Pottle, Beth Braker, Muffy 
Tate, Jane Haggerty; Jack Pottle; Beth 
Braker, Laurie Marvin, Jane Haggerty, 
Muffy Tate. 




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Dec. 


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Feb. 


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57 


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10/29-30 


CC 3- 


4, 


Tech 


2- 2 


11/5-6 


CC 3- 


5, 


No. Dak. 


4- 3 


11/12-13 


CC 5- 


4, 


Wise. 


6- 5 


11/19-20 


CC 5- 


7, 


UMD 


6- 5 


11/26-27 


CC 3- 


5, 


U. Minn. 


3- 4 


12/3-4 


CC 2- 




Notre Dame 


7- 6 


12/10-11 


CC 3- 


4, 


DU 


6- 5 


12/20 


CC 3 




Brown 


4 


12/21 


CC 3 




Vermont 


5 


12/22 


CC 8 




RPI 


8 


12/28 


CC 7 




USSR 


10 


12/31-1/2 


CC 6- 


7, 


Mich. S. 


4- 3 


1/7-8 


CC 4- 


7, 


Mich. 


6- 8 


1/14-15 


CC 5-13, 


Minn.-Duluth 


6- 3 


1/21-22 


CC 3- 


1, 


Wise. 


6- 4 


1/27-28 


CC 7- 


6, 


Notre Dame 


8- 8 


2/4-5 


CC 3- 


5, 


Tech. 


5- 6 


2/11-13 


CC 7- 


5, 


AFA 


2- 4 


2/18-19 


CC4- 


2, 


No. Dak. 


5-11 


2/25-26 


CC 7- 


8, 


Minn. 


5- 7 


3/4-5 


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CC 


College of Santa Fe 


89-84 


Chadron State 


92-77 


Ft. Lewis 


95-77 


Western State 


81-84 


Colorado Mines 


103-81 


Metro State 


47-113 


Chadron State 


90-62 


Black Hills State 


93-48 


Metro State 


48-83 


Nebraska Wesleyan 


77-84 


Metro State 


54-86 


Panhandle 


86-66 


Santa Fe 


80-88 


Marymount 


114-67 


Panhandle 


97-64 


Ozarks College 


58-51 


Western State 


101-67 


Seattle Pacific 


84-73 


Metro State 


65-95 


Panhandle 


84-85 


Bellvue 


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Page 116: (Clockwise, left to right) Brad 

Burkhart; Randy Stein. Page 117: 

(Clockwise, left to right) Kay Knowlton; 

Julie Clark; (Back row) Nancy Rocks, 

Kay Knowlton, Beth Schneider; (Front 

row) Karen Howe, Linda Buckman, Diane 

Desenburg, Julie Clark, Duane Cromwell. 



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CLOCKWISE, left to right: Tres 

MacCollum; Harry Mosko, Tres MacCollum; 

T. MacCollum, C. Zoellner, D. Clark, R. 

Reitinger, E. Weatherby, R. Gile, D. Hall, R. 

Brink, W. Volkman, S. Dye, T. Frasca, J. 

Caron. 



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CLOCKWISE, left to right: J. Rosenbaum, M. Cohen, T. 

Anderson, J. McHugh, P. Kirwin, W. Carey, M. Bevins, L. Lutz, 
B. Whitlock, T. Anderson; Stu Rifkin, Dan Cathcart; Kirk 

Hoffman, Stu Rifkin, Dan Cathcart. 

SCORES CC 

CSU 1-12 

AFA Prep 8-10 

Univ. of Colo. 10-11 

Colo. Mines 3-22 

AFA Prep 7-9 

Colo. Mines 3-13 

CS Lax Club 10-11 

DU 8-7 

Denver Lax Club 12-7 

Univ. of Colo. 7-11 

AFA 16-5 

Utah State 5-12 

CS Lax Club 8-9 

AFA 18-8 

Denver Lax Club 8-4 



WOMEN'S 
SOCCER 




CLOCKWISE: (left to right) Marly Cardozo; Deedee 

Carlson; (STANDING) Mike Young, Pam Rinehart, 

Kathy Ake, Nancy Bristow, Laurie Jones, Ann 

Oatman, Sally Turner, Caroline Warren, (SITTING) 

Nancy Nettleton, Cindy Flores, Sue Whittlesey, Alida 

Chandler, Marly Cardozo, Deedee Carlson, (FRONT) 

"Billy". 



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LIFE 



The block plan has definitely imposed 
certain restraints on social life which did not 
exist in quite such a severe form on the 
semester plan. A general lack of time during 
the block makes weekends and block breaks 
even more important. But CC students seem 
to find the time to have a good time - the wide 
variety of special activities and parties 
throughout the year is proof; in fact, finding 
ways to relax is a much more valuable 
pastime than it was before. Few weekends go 
by when an all campus activity is not 
provided, and students strongly support such 
things as a movie series and organized block 
I break trips. 



"Cold hearted orb that rules the night 
Removes the colors from our sight 
Red is grey and yellow white 
But we decide which is right 
And which is an illusion 
Pinprick holes in a colourless sky 
Let insipid figures of light pass by 
The mighty light of ten thousand suns 
Challenges infinity and is soon gone 
Night time, to some a brief interlude 
To others the fear of solitude. 
Brave Helios wake up your steeds 
Bring the warmth the countryside needs. 

Breathe deep the gathering gloom 
Watch lights fade from every room 
Bedsitter people looke back and lament 
Another useless day's energy spent. 
Impassioned lovers wrestle as one 
Lonely man cries for love and has none 
New mother picks up and suckles her son, 
Senior citizens wish they were young. 
Cold hearted orb that rules the night 
Removes the colour from our sight 
Red is grey and yellow white 
But we decide which is right. 
And which is an illusion??? 



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Page 128: (Clockwise, left to right) Janet Boyd with Dr. Horst Richardson; Max 

Kade German House Residents; Sara White; The Foreign Student Club. Page 129: 

(Clockwise, left to right) Haskell House; Miriam Dupinet with Salvatore Bizarro; 

Mullett House; Anna Bergstrom. 



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Edgar Wibeau Patrick Casey 

His Mother Isolde Finsterer 

His Father Dirk Baay 

Fleming Doug Ellis 

Willi Kornel Simons 

Professor of Art Harvey Rabbin 

Charlotte Barbara Taeuber 

Children Ethan Cramer 

Erik Richardson 

Stacia Richardson 

Derek Riker 

Daisey Simons 

Kindergarten Teacher Chris Werner 

Dieter Manfred Sanftleben 

Addi, Painter Foreman Rick Lewis 

Painters Nick Malyshev 

Jay Preston 
Ed Morgan 

Policeman John Carter 

Father's Girlfriend Janet Boyd 



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THE CC GERMAN DEPARTMENT PRESENTS: 

DIENEUEN LEIDEN DESJUNGENW 




Page 130: (clockwise, left to right) Pat Casey, Barbara Taeuber; Barbara 
Taeuber, Professor Dirk Baay; Doug Ellis, Pat Casey. Page 131: (clockwise, 
left to right) Pat Casey, Ed Morgan, Rick Lewis, Nick Malyshev, Jay Preston; 
Professor Harvey Rabbin; Pat Casey; Pat Casey, Rick Lewis. 




Page 132: (Clockwise, left to right) Marny Jensen, Dwight 

Robinson; Isolde Finsterer, Stoddard King; Margaret Terrell, Gary 

Gullich. Page 133: (Clockwise, left to right) Dolores Nutter, Charles 

Madsen; Charles Madsen; Norvell Brasch; Marny Jensen. 



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Page 134: (Clockwise, left to right) Greg 

Taramillo, Pat Lyng, Pete Forsyth, John 

Allenberg, Jay Kilmarx, Allen Stone; 

Kathy Feiler, Ann Burnett. Page 135: 

(Clockwise, left to right) Dave Robinson; 

Veronica Lin; Vicki Gigliotti, Anna 

Bergstrom; Rob Gatterton. 



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Nick Malyshev; Isolde Finsterer, 

Erik Thomsen; Ed Morgan, Dolores 

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Clockwise: (left to right) Barbara 
Taeuber, Doug Ellis, Meg Remple; Jim 
Berglund; Kirstie Peters with Reeves. 










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Page 140: Jim Volz. Page 141: 
(CLOCKWISE, left to right) Rick 
Fishaut; Molly Fairbanks. 



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Page 142: (Clockwise, left to right) Dee Strand, 

Steve Dymond, Ann Schedler, Gayle Hall, Instructor 

Sharron Scott, Carrie Shepard, Patty Ungar, Chris 

Bowers, Leslie Graver; Dale Witcher. Page 143: 

(Clockwise, left to right) John Carter and Meg 

Remple; K. C. Walsh and Paul Petersky; Dee Strand 

and Patty Ungar; Jared Brown; Ron Elsen and Keith 

Nielsen. 



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Page 146: (Clockwise, left to right) Charlotte Moulding; 

Sandy Tassel and Peter Oatman; Phil Genty and Pat 

Harada; Cindy Mace; Jeff Ackman and Wayne Skigen. 

Page 147: (Clockwise, left to right) Kim Smith; M. J. 

Henderson; Brook Rogers; Jim Prouty and Jeff Keller, 

Suzette Frere. 



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Page 148: (Clockwise, left to right) 
Cathy McCall; Alan Winnikoff, Nick 
Rehnberg, Jan Holtze, Bob Deibel, 
Kevin Gallagher, Jeff Jarris; Chris 
Perry, Frank Wheeler, Rip Schepley. 
Page 149: (Clockwise, left to right) 
Julie Helm, Beth Featherton; Steve 
Greenholz, Mike Rifkin; Blake 
Werner, Ken Inscoe, Kevin 
Gallagher throwing frisbee. 



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PAGE 150: (CLOCKWISE, left to right) Ann Oatman; 

(Unidentified); Kurt Pacheco. Page 151: (CLOCKWISE, left 

to right) Sara Condit and Mike Rawley; Kris Hill; Neil 

Morgenstern. 






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Page 152: (Clockwise, left to right) Jenny 
Combs; Sue Schulte, Linda Crout, 
Melissa Levinson; Nancy O'Malley 
(front), Brigid Butterfield, Christi Murray, 
Sue Smith, Robin Abeshaus, Cynthia 
Pansing, Kathy Millian, Dawn Suitts, Keli 
Price. Page 153: (Clockwise, left to right) 
Maririta Hicks, Kathy Russel, Cheryl 
Schlessman, Linda Olsen, Kate Walsh, 
Kris Hill, Deirdre Pennoyer. 




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Page 154: (left to right) Bill Scott, Secretary-Treasurer; Jim Nightingale, President; Lisa Sandstrom, Vice- 
President. Page 155: (CLOCKWISE) Lisa Sandstrom, Jim Nightingale, Bill Scott. 



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Clockwise: (left to right) Peggy Lubchenco; Judy 

Jeurink and Kris Severson; Cyd Anschutz. Page 

159: (Clockwise, left to right) Ro Borra; Sylvia 

Summers; Katrina Carlson and Peggy Ager. 



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Page 160: (Clockwise, left to right) Katie Schudder; Chris Moulding; Dave Sargent and 
Jennifer Tobias; Meg Remple. Page 161: (Clockwise, left to right) Ann Oatman; Mike 
Crossey, Connie Holloway, John L'Orange; Lex Gamache and Susan Elmblad; Stuart 
Magee. 




The contributions of Jackson House to 

the Colorado College Community included the 

following: two open houses, firelight series 

(musical), candlemaking workshop, weaving 

workshop, batik workshop, Madame Sophie's 

Massage Parlor, silkscreening for campus, life 

drawing, outdoor music festival, fantasy party, 

jazz improvisation workshop, art lectures, 

potlucks, animated film festival, Old Age 

Symposium, illegal dogs, the streakers at 

Parents Picnic. 




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THE SPECIAL OLYMPICS 




Page 166: (Clockwise, left to right) Scott Denman; Bruce 
Lemmon, Jean Roberts, Paul Petersky; Rodney Linton, Bruce 
Barnett; Betty Anderson, Kris Hill. Page 167: (Clockwise, left I 
to right) Margaret Creel; Jim Nightingale, John Kuhlrnan; ' 
Marjorie Thompson, Anne Stone; Tony Wall, Eric Cattell. 




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CLOCKWISE: (left to right) Steve 
Dymond; Marc Silverman and 
Forrest Cranmer; Mark Lovell. 





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JUNIORS AND SENIORS: 

Looking for a part-time job with 

good income, flexible hours 

and real experience in the 

business world? 



Colorado College Agents 
Phillip Genty 
Blake Werner 
Kurt Hollberg 



ISN'T IT ABOUT 
TIME TO CHECK OUT 
A LIFE INSURANCE 
SALES CAREER? 
Northwestern Mutual Life is the 7th 
largest life insurance company in 
the country. We sell people one at 
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It's a career that offers unlimited 
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doing something worthwhile. 
If you're interested in a life 
insurance selling career, why not 
check out one of the best. No 
obligation. To learn more call: 

Lawrence W. Stocker 
College Unit Director 
Telephone 303-636-3844 



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CONGRATULATIONS TO 
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ENJOY THE BRO A DMOOR 
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Entertainment means enchantment 

at The BRO A DMOOR. From the 

GOLDEN BEE, English Pub 

featuring sing-a-long piano 

and BROADMOOR WEST'S new 

SPEC'S SPOT, a top show lounge 

offering quality entertainment, to the RENDEZVOUS Lobby Lounge 

and the always popular LAKE TERRACE LOUNGE. 

Diners will always find a selection of award winning restaurants 
offering world famous cuisine in a variety of atmospheres. 
THE TAVERN, MAIN DINING ROOM, THE PENROSE ROOM, CHARLES 
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Plan an evening of entertainment and dining. You expect and 
deserve the best: The BRO A DMOOR, where quality entertainment 
and dining has been a tradition since 1918. 

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Central Bank of Academy Boulevard 

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First Bank 

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Fort Carson National Bank 

United Bank of Colorado Springs 

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CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES 
BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Jeffrey D. Ackman, Kankakee, Illinois 

Biology 
Sarah Dykhuis Adams, Colorado Springs 

English 
Paul Benz Ahern, Excelsior, Minnesota 

Business Administration 
Jama Joy Akers, Kansas City, Kansas 

Philosophy 
Richard Davidson Alexander, Jr., Land 
O'Lakes, Florida 2 ' 

Political Science 
Philip Brooks Allen, Tulsa, Oklahoma 

Business Administration 
Saud Mohammad Al-Mansouri, Jeddah, Saudi 
Arabia 

Business Administration 
Elizabeth Jane Anderson, Englewood, Colorado 

Humanities for Elementary Teachers 
Douglas Alden Andrews, Denver, Colorado 

Philosophy 
Laura B. Arnold, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Anthropology 
Alice Louise Atencio, Pueblo, Colorado 

Liberal Arts & Sciences 
Dolores Atencio, Pueblo, Colorado 

Political Science 
Janis Corrine Bailey, Denver, Colorado 

Psychology 
Charles G. Bakaly III, Pasadena, California 

Political Science 
Andrew Norfleet Baker, Baker, Missouri? 

Economics 
Alice Ballew, Colorado Springs 

History 
David James Banks, Palo Alto, California 

Sociology 
Michele Diane Barefoot, S. Amboy, New Jersey 

Liberal Arts & Sciences 
R. Miguel Barrera, Colorado Springs' 

Political Science/Philosophy 
David Morison Barton, Colorado Springs 

History 
Brenda Louise Bass, Ft Lauderdale, Florida 

Chemistry 
Joseph Gideon Bassin, Great Neck, New York 2 ' 

Biology 
Thomas William Baxter, San Marino, California 

History 
John Phillip Bays, Lexington, Kentucky 

Chemistry 
Elizabeth C. Beaman, Sao Paulo, Brazil 

Anthropology 
Mitchell Ray Bearden, Houston, Texas 

Economics 
Timothy James Beaton, Lakewood, Colorado 

Business Administration 
Nancie-Mane Beck, Colorado Springs" 

History 
Terry Richard Becker, Edina, Minnesota 

Biology 
Thomas Lee Beckmann, Longmont, Colorado 

Business Administration 
Judson Bemis, Jr., White Bear Lake, 
Minnesota? 

English 
Janlee Kathryn Benson, Columbia, Missouri 

Spanish 
John Lawrence Berg, Houston, Texas' 

Physics 
Paul David Berman, Sewickley, Pennsylvania 2 

Economics 
Anita Jeanne Bernard, Portland, Oregon' 

Art 
William H. Birchard, Jr., Lexington, 
Massachusetts 2 ' 

Biology 
Angie Sue Blxler, Denver, Colorado 

Humanities for Elementary Teachers 



Gordon Alexander Black, Stanford, 
California 

Chemistry 
Timothy T. Black, Winnetka, Illinois 

Economics 
Robert Earl Blaik, Colorado Springs 

Geology 
Joel Marc Blechman, Highland Park, Illinois 

Psychology 
Cynthia Leigh Bledsoe, Cordova, Tennessee' 

Economics 
James Clark Blickensderfer III, Englewood, 
Colo. 

Fine Arts/Drama 
Thomas Clay Bohanon, Colorado Springs 

Biology 
Maria Elaine Borowski, Grant, Nebraska 

Political Science 
Mary Frances Borra, Hutchinson, Kansas 

Political Science 
Anne Foster Bradley, Los Alamos, New 
Mexico 

Biology 
Jon Thomas Bradley, Lakewood, Colorado 

Economics 
Linda Preston Bradley, Santa Fe, 
New 
Mexico 

History 
Helen Elizaabeth Braker, Matteson, Illinois 

Biology 
Anne Draper Brataas, Rochester, Minnesota 2 ' 

Distinction in English 
Betsy Broder, New York, New York 

History 
Jared Brown, Amherst, New Hampshire 

Humanities for Elementary Teachers 
Bonnie Rae Brunet, Lake Bluff, Illinois' 

Philosophy 
Peter Pierce Buckley, Sharon, Connecticut 

Economics 
Karin Elisabeth Budding, Socorro, New 
Mexico 

Geology 
Emma C. Bunker, Jr., Larkspur, Colorado 2 ' 

Art 
Kraig W. Burleson, Denver, Colorado' 

Art 
William Huntoon Busby, Mill Valley, 
California 

Biology 
Sharon Butcher, Santa Barbara, California 

Art 
Hugh James Byers III, Tulsa, Oklahoma 

English 
David Benjamin Caldwell, Fort Morgan, 
Colorado 

Economics 
Bruce Nedrow Calonge, La Junta, Colorado 

Chemistry 
Don F. Cameron, Jr., Divide, Colorado 

Chemistry 
Kathryn A. Carlson, Chappell, Nebraska 

Business Administration 
Sally Marshall Carroll, Brooklandville, 
Maryland' 

Biology 
Marie Christine Casaus, Pueblo, Colorado 

Economics 
Donna Jo Case, Olathe, Colorado 

Mathematics 
Thomas Patrick Casey, Arvada, Colorado 

History 
Eric Dylan Cattell, Golden, Colorado 

Geology 
Robin Elizabeth Chapman, Boulder, Colorado 

History 
Catherine Mary Cheney, Denver, Colorado 2 

1 Degree granted as of August 6, 1976 



Biology 
Mindy Ann Chernick, Northbrook, Illinois 

Spanish 
Stephen A. Childs, Deerfield, Illinois' 

Business Administration 
Jay Scott Christopher, Park Ridge, Illinois 

Biology 
Rachel Diane Claassen, Denver, Colorado 

Biology 
Sally Claassen, Albuquerque, New Mexico 

History 
Denise Susanne Clark, Aspen, Colorado 2 " 

Liberal Arts & Sciences 
Donald Spencer Clark, Winnetka, Illinois 

Geology 
Patricia Elaine Coen, Denver, Colorado 2 ' 

Biology 
Jessica Cole, San Francisco, California 

History/Political Science 
Charles H. Collins, Easton, Maryland 

History 
David W. Conkey, Edina, Minnesota 

Business Administration 
Marjorie M. Connors, Santa Ynez, 
California 

Art 
Patric Lawrence Cbrdova, Denver, Colorado 

Music 
Joan Eisenbrey Cortright, Rosemont, 
Pennsylvania 

Economics 
Margaret A. Day Counts, Edwards A.F.B., 
California 1 ' 

Sociology 
David Wiles Cowen, Princeton, New Jersey 

Fine Arts/Drama 
Forrest C. Cranmer, Grandby, Colorado 

Liberal Arts & Sciences 
Clifton D. Crosby, Jr., Riverside, 
Connecticut 

Liberal Arts & Sciences 
Lewis T. Crowell, East Aurora, New York 

Biology 
Patricia Ann Crown, Wilmette, Illinois 2 

Humanities for Elementary Teachers 
Frank Rodolf Dale, Tulsa, Oklahoma 

Political Science 
Christopher Scott Dalton, Garden City, 
New York 

History 
Barry M. DeFoe, Austin, Texas 1 ' 

Political Science 
Barbara Kate Delph, Colorado Springs 

Fine Arts/Drama 
Melanie Letitia Dickinson, Havre, Montana 

Mathematics 
William Daniel Gaither Dickison, Sacramento, 
California 

Spanish 
Ronald J. Dillon, Colorado Springs 

History 
Dariel Ross Dodge, Key Biscayne, Florida 

Art 
Joseph Cypriano Duran, Colorado Springs 

Art 
Steven Henry Dymond, Denver, Colorado 

Liberal Arts & Sciences 
David Eason, Englewood, Colorado 

Philosophy 
Wendy Susan Eiseman, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Art 
Marietta Ruth Ekberg, Bismarck, North Dakota 

Art 
Susan Ann Elmblad, Fraser, Colorado 

Liberal Arts & Sciences 
Peggy Ann Epstein, Bronx, New York' 

English 
Timothy George Estin, Aspen, Colorado 1 ' 

Political Economy 
2 Degree granted as of December 17, 1976 



Brian Dow Eustis, Winnetka, Illinois 

Economics 
George William Eves, Gainesville, Florida 2 ' 

Art 
Vicki Lynn Fagerness, Lakewood, Colorado 

Biology 
Martha Francis Farish, Aspen, Colorado 

Philosophy 
Nina Jane Feldt, Scottsdale, Arizona 1 ' Art 
David W. Fenza, Allentown, Pennsylvania 

English 
Ciliamarie Ferrari, Gallup, New Mexico 

Business Administration 
Isolde Finsterer, Schlesierstr. 1, West Germany 

English 
Susan Marie Fischer, Colorado Springs, 

Geology 
David DeFrehn Fitch, Houston, Texas 

Liberal Arts & Sciences 
Conway Christian Fleming, Richmond, 
Virginia 

Psychology 
Steven Kirk Flentje, Phoenix, Arizona 

Liberal Arts & Sciences 
Kimball Forrest, Bellingham, Washington 

Geology 
Edward Quinn Fox, Deerfield, Illinois 

History 
Suzette Jo Frere, Louisville, Kentucky 

Psychology 
Patricia Ann Freudenburg, Estes Park, 
Colorado 

Liberal Arts & Sciences 
Ferris Fredrica Frost, Pueblo, Colorado 2 ' 

Philosophy 
Thomas Clark Gallagher, Waddington, New York 

Biology 
Alexia Odette Gamache, Florence, Colorado 

Biology 
Michael Ferrer Garcia, Winnetka, Illinois 

History 
Rose Marie Garcia, Pueblo, Colorado 

Mathematics 
Carol Laird Garten, Des Moines, Iowa 

Art 
Scott Norman Gelman, Littleton, Colorado 

History 
Marlys Suzanne Gengler, Milwaukee, 
Wisconsin 

Economics 
Philip M. Genty, Colorado Springs 

Economics 
David Todd Gering, Van Nuys, California 

Political Science 
Michael Lloyd Gerlach, Elm Grove, Wisconsin 2 ' 

Psychology 
Richard M. Goebel, Denver, Colorado 

History 
David Andrew Gottenborg, Denver, Colorado 

Geology 
Leslie Viva Graver, Oyster Bay, New York 

Humanities for Elementary Teachers 
Maile Colleen Gray, Los Angeles, California 

Art 
Eric Kelvin Green, Colorado Springs 

English 
Robert James Greenebaum, Jr., Highland 
Park, Illinois 2 ' 

Fine Arts/Drama 
Dale Gregory, Colorado Springs 

Art 
William Fraklin Griffith III, Lakewood, 
Colorado 

Biology 
Susan Elizabeth Grigsby, Denver, Colorado 

Business Administration 
Dexter Anton Guerrieri, Gunnison, Colorado 

Philosophy 
Kathryn Mary Gursky, Los Alamos, New Mexico 

History/Political Science 
M. Elena Gutierrez, Golden, Colorado 

Psychology 
Anne Elizabeth Hallock, Arvada, Colorado 

Business Administration 



James Douglas Hamilton, Lakewood, Colorado 

Economics 
Elton Foster Hammond III, Lima, Ohio' 

Psychology 
Candace A. Hand, Brookings, South Dakota 

Psychology 
Dave L. Hanson, North St. Paul, Minnesota 

Business Administration 
Linda Gay Hare, Denver, Colorado 

Romance Languages: French & Italian 
Karen Teresa Harmon, Boulder, Colorado 

Philosophy 
Greg Alan Harpel, Pueblo, Colorado 

Geology 
Diane Harper, Winnetka, Illinois 

Art 
Aan Weichsel Harris, Dallas, Texas 

English 
Mark Myron Harris, Grand Junction, Colorado 1 ' 

Economics 
Rose Hopkins Harvey, Baltimore, Maryland 

History 
Mark Joseph Heider, Omaha, Nebraska 

Business Administration 
Karen Lee Helrich, Baltimore, Maryland 

Psychology 
Mary Jo Henderson, Englewood, Colorado 

History 
Linda Pollard Henn, Olympia Fields, Illinois 

History 
Edward J Hermann, Northglenn, Colorado 

History 
Julie Ann Heuston, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 

Music 
Jeannette Stabler Hewitt, Evergreen, Colorado 

German 
Michael John Heydt, Pueblo, Colorado 1 ' 

History 
John Brickman Hibben, Hinsdale, Illinois 

Business Administration 
Mary Elizabeth Hibbs, Mercer Island, 
Washington 

Biology 
William Haven Hibbs, Mercer Island, 
Washington 

Biology 
Maririta Hicks, Englewood, Colorado 

English 
Stephen Winthrop Hicks, Greenwich, 
Connecticut 

Economics 
Michael Wayne Hiefield, Milwaukie, Oregon 

Business Administration 
Kristen R. Hill, Boulder, Colorado 

Biology 
Heidi Rose Hinton, St. Joseph, Missouri 

Liberal Arts & Sciences 
Kirk Richard Hoffman, Wheat Ridge, Colorado 

History 
Brenda Bryan Holleman, Green Mountain Falls, 
Colo. 

English 
Cheryl Ann Holmes, Prairie Village, Kansas 

Geology 
Wayne Randolph Holmes, Ft. Frances, Ontario, 
Canada 

History 
Steven Roy Hong, Madison, Wisconsin 

Biology 
Joseph Paul Huggins, Denver, Colorado 

Geology 
Mark D. Hughes, Denver, Colorado 2 

Business Administration 
David Kingsley Hull, Short Hills, New Jersey 1 ' 

History 
Dawn Renee Hutchinson, Walla Walla, 
Washington 

Philosophy 
John Ike, New York, New York 

Biology 
Lynn Joy Israel, Scarsdale, New York 

Political Science 
Songkran Issara, Bangkok, Thailand 2 

Economics 



Charles Louis James, Wahiawa, Hawaii 1 ' 

Political Science 
Douglas R. Jensen, Prairie Village, Kansas 

History 
Lynn Ann Jensen, Eau Claire, Wisconsin 1 ' 

Medical Technology 
Karen Ann Jepson, Edina, Minnesota 

Biology 
Betsy Edens Johnson, Barrington, Illinois 

Political Science 
Stephen Bonsai Johnson, Ridgewood, New 
Jersey 

Political Science 
Jeffrey DuVal Johnston, Fort Smith, Arkansas 

Business Administration 
Katherine Dabney Johnston, McDonald, 
Tennessee 

Art 
Douglas Harvey Jones, Livingston, New Jersey' 

Art 
Laura Cay Jones, Deerfield, Illinois 

Geology 
Carl F. W. Kaelber III, Rochester, New York 2 * 

Fine Arts/Drama 
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French 
Carol Ann Kast, Englewood, Colorado 

History 
Linda Kathleen Kast, Mt. Lakes, New Jersey' 

Political Economy 
Thomas Bruce Keeling, Rockford, Illinois 1 " 

Political Economy 
Mary Elizabeth Kehoe, Davenport, Iowa' 

Philosophy 
Keith Harrison Kenner, Woodstock, Illinois 

History 
Elizabeth Warner Kerr, Mantoloking, New 
Jersey 

Sociology 
Sarah Church King, Littleton, Colorado 2 ' 
Geology 
David Michael Kirchheimer, Glencoe, Illinois 

Economics 
William Andrew Klarman, Westport, Connecticut 

Political Science 
Kay Louise Knowlton, Denver, Colorado 

English 
Scotty Peck Krob, Denver, Colorado 

Political Science 
Anne Elizabeth Krumme, Cincinnati, Ohio 2 ' 

English 
Alison Trevelyan Lammot, Fort Collins, 
Colorado 

Humanities for Elementary Teachers 
Frank Elmer Lane, Dallas, Texas 

Biology 
Steven Leslie Langer, Scotch Plains, New 
Jersey 1 ' 

History 
Susan Kay Larsen, Denver, Colorado 

Mathematics 
Charles J. Lathe, Shaker Heights, Ohio 1 ' 

Geology 
Niles Richard Lathem, Brooklyn, New York' 

Political Science 
Kristin Lau, Oconomowoc, Wisconsin 

Psychology 
Judith Ann Laux, Colorado Springs 

Business Administration 
Robert Winston Lawrence, Lake Bluff, 
Illinois 

English 
Linda Harrold Leavenworth, Canton, Ohio 

Biology . 
Terry Jane Lehman, Mount Kisco, New York 

Humanities for Elementary Teachers 
Roy Neumann Leisure, San Marino, California 

Business Administration 
Peter Bowman Lelong, Ann Arbor, Michigan 

Biology 
George Bruce Lemmon III, Springfield, 
Missouri 

Music 
Richard Alan Lewis, Colorado Springs 



Physics 
Steven Elliott Lewis, Sioux City, Iowa 

Business Administration 
William Kevin Liddle, Colorado Springs 

Biology 
Linda Ann Lindquist, Auburn, Maine 1 ' 

History/Political Science 
Linda J. Lisco, Glencoe, Illinois 

Political Science 
Margaret Ann Liu, Durango, Colorado* 

Chemistry 
Steven Andrews Long, Lakewood, Colorado 

English 
Rich Paul Lopez, Las Animas, Colorado 

History 
Patricia Ann Lovett, Tucson, Arizona 2 

Business Administration 
David William Lowry, Boulder, Colorado 

Biology 
James K. Lowry, Jr., San Antonio, Texas 

Political Science 
Peggy Jean Lubchenco, Denver, Colorado 

Liberal Arts & Sciences 
Leigh Michael Lutz, Denver Colorado 

History 
Thomas Robert Lutz, Boulder, Colorado 

Psychology 
Mayo Lykes, Tampa, Florida 2 

Biology 
Virginia Dorothy Lynch, Long Island, New York 

Art 
Michael John Maccini, Colorado Springs 

English 
Cheryl Lynn MacDougall, Denver Colorado 

Psychology 
Cynthia Gordon Mace, Basking Ridge, New 
Jersey 

French 
Jemela Sue Macer, Altadena, California 

Philosophy 
Charles R. Madsen, Golden, Colorado 

German 
Walter Edward Madsen, Golden, Colorado 

Biology 
James L. Maher, Justice, Illinois 

Philosophy 
Elizabeth Mancke, Salem, Oregon 

History 
Boyd Warren Manges, Santa Fe, New Mexico 

Biology 
Gary Lee Martz, Toms River, New Jersey 

Biology 
Fay Mariko Matsukage, Honolulu, Hawaii 2 

Business Administration 
Charles Alan May, Orlando, Florida 

Chemistry 
Julia Kathleen McCauley, Colorado Springs 2 

English 
Keith William McCaw, Seattle, Washington 2 ' 

Business Administration 
Connie Charline McCombs, San Antonio, Texas 

Art 
Charles David McDermott, Colorado Springs 

History 
Sheila Lorraine McDowell, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Art 
Melanie Kay McEvoy, Palisades Park, New 
Jersey 

French 
Mark McGinnis, Colorado Springs 

History/Political Science 
Elizabeth Anne McGlynn, Brookfield, 
Wisconsin 

Political Economy 
Patricia Jeanne McGrath, Syracuse, New York 

English 
Thomas William McKenzie, Corpus Christi, 
Texas 

Political Economy 
Albert L. Mehl, Denver, Colorado 

Chemistry 



Dennis Michael Melton, Aurora, Colorado 

Business Administration 
Dudley W. Mendenhall, Olathe, Colorado' 

Political Economy 
Cynthia Lucille Meyer, Potomac, Maryland 

Art 
Patricia Katherine Meyer, Shaker Heights, Ohio 

Political Science 
Kenneth Wayne Michel, Colorado Springs 

Art 
Kenneth Y. Millian, Jr., Colorado Springs 

Biology 
Sandra L. Moffett, Sun City, Arizona 

Geology 
Martin David Monnett, Colorado Springs 

Music 
Marilyn G. Banuelos Montoya, Colorado 

Springs' 

Liberal Arts & Sciences 
Mallory Voigt Moore, Mediapolis, Iowa 

Fine Arts/Drama 
Harry Anthony Mosco, Pueblo, Colorado 

Business Administration 
Sarah D. Mott, Midland, Michigan 

History 
Christopher Thomas Moulding, Denver, 
Colorado 

Biology 
Steven Douglas Mueller, Cedar Falls, Iowa 2 ' 

Religion 
Burke Marshall Munger, Far Hills, New 
Jersey* English 
Coqui Annette Murray, Aurora, Colorado 

English 
Emery Fields Nauden, Jamaica, New York' 

Political Science 
John V. Nelson, Duluth, Minnesota 

History 
Glenn James Nichols, Colorado Springs 1 ' 

Chemistry 
James Allan Nightingale, Boulder, Colorado 

Chemistry 
Mark Saalfield Norris, Richfield, Ohio 

Political Science 
Kathryn C. Nyrop, Edina, Minnesota 

Economics 
Robert J. Nystrom, Osseo, Minnesota 

Geology 
Douglas Levi Obletz, Williamsville, New 
York 

Political Economy 
Sean Christopher O'Donnell, Colorado Springs 

Biology 
Paula J. Olmstead, Colorado Springs 

Political Economy 
Thomas Wolfe Olschner, St. Louis Missouri 2 ' 

Political Economy 
Mark R. Olson, Colorado Springs 

Biology 
Nancy Louise Mary O'Malley, St. Paul, 
Minnesota 

Political Science 
Peter Anthony O'Neil, Shaker Heights, Ohio 

Psychology 
Kay O'Neill, Palo Alto, California 

Political Science 
Christine Bernadette Pacheco, Pueblo, 
Colorado 

Political Science 
Bryce Daryl Panzer, Weslaco, Texas 

Economics 
Deirdre Elizabeth Pennoyer, Locust Valley, 
New York 

English 
Kennard P. Perry, Denver, Colorado 

History 
Constance Woodend Peters, Tulsa, Oklahoma 1 

Biology 
Eric Landon Peters, Princeton, New Jersey" 

Liberal Arts & Sciences 
Paul William Petersky, Bellevue, Washington 



History 
Christy Ann Philipp, San Marino, California 

English 
Carol Pomerance, New York, New York 

Anthropology 
Jack Thomas Pottle, Denver, Colorado 

Political Economy 
Richard Steven Powell, Colorado Springs 

Business Administration 
James Richard Prouty, Lakewood, Colorado" 

Art 
Steven Alexander Ramos, Fountain, Colorado 

Liberal Arts & Sciences 
Michael James Rawley, Littleton, Colorado 

Biology 
Stuart Gary Rifkin, Englewood, Colorado 

Political Science 
Jose Ivan Rivera, Cidra, Puerto Rico 

Philosophy 
Mark E. Robert, Colorado Springs 

Biology 
Jean Ellen Robertson, Raton, New Mexico 

Geology 
H. Dwight Robinson, Highwood, Montana 

Liberal Arts & Sciences 
Mel Ann Robinson, Littleton, Colorado 1 

Distinction in Anthropology 
Elizabeth Lee Rocks, Colorado Springs 

Philosophy 
Brooke Maclay Rogers, Los Angeles, California 

Business Administration 
Jan E. Rosenfeld, Concord, Massachusetts 

Political Science 
Kennedy Richard Ross, Denver, Colorado 2 * 

French 
Robert Havens Ross, Highland Park, Illinois 

Political Science/Philosophy 
Ray Jay Rottman, Denver, Colorado 

Biology 
Ronald L. Rottman, Denver, Colorado 1 ' 

History 
Daniel Rubin, Denver, Colorado 

Mathematics 
Susan Maree Ryan, Denver, Colorado 

Psychology 
Susan Elizabeth Sadler, Arvada, Colorado 

Chemistry 
Kenneth J. Salazar, Manassa, Colorado 

Political Science 
Lisa A. Sandstrom, Denver, Colorado 

Psychology 
A. Oliver Sartor, Shreveport, Louisiana 2 

Psychology 
Rick Paul Sauer, Florence, Colorado 

Political Science 
Katherine B. Sawyer, Buffalo, New York 

Psychology 
Paul William Schell, Kenner, Louisiana 2 ' 

History 
Cheryl Sue Schlessman, Englewood, Colorado 

Humanities for Elementary Teachers 
Heidi Ellen Schmidt, Redding, California" 

Chemistry 
David Kennon Schollenberger, Hudson, Ohio 

Psychology 
Jane Alice Scott, Denver, Colorado 1 * 

Liberal Arts & Sciences 
William Wallace Scott, West Hartford, 
Connecticut" 

Art 
Katherine McRee Scudder, Boise, Idaho* 

Religion 
Marion Scott Searle, Lake Forest, Illinois 

Anthropology 
Milissa Anne Sedar, Denver, Colorado 

History 
Charles Thomas Seymour, Mequon, Wisconsin" 

History 
Charles MacDonald Shenk, Shaker Heights, 
Ohio 

Liberal Arts & Sciences 



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2 Degree granted as of December 17, 1976 



Robert John Shook, Evanston, Mlinois2' 

History 
Katharine A. Siegfriedt, Louisville, Kentucky 2 

Liberal Arts & Sciences 
Joel Frak Silverman, Springfield, New Jersey 

Fine Arts/Drama 
Rachel Mazur Silverman, Colorado Springs 

Liberal Arts & Sciences 
Steven Micheal Simasko, Anchorage, Alaska 

Chemistry 
Sharon Rene Simpson, Colorado Springs 2 ' 

French 
Kimberly Diane Smith, Hutchinson, Kansas 

English 
Neil William Smith, Cedaredge, Colorado 

Physics 
Susan Hoke Smith, Tulsa, Oklahoma 

Business Administration 
Laura Louise Snapp, Denver, Colorado' 

French 
Margaret J. Snow, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

Fine Arts/Drama 
Karl Roy Soderstrom, Littleton, Colorado 

Fine Arts/Drama 
Gerard Fohs Sohn, Roseburg, Oregon 

Religion 
Michael David Soriano, Cicero, Illinois 

Mathematics 
Suzete de Almeida Souza, Salvador, Bahia, 
Brazil 

English 
Susan L. Stacey, Prairie Village, Kansas 

History/Political Science 
Lois A. Steinmeier, Colorado Springs 

English 
Janet Ellen Steinmetz, South Bend, Indiana 

Art 
Suzanne Stenmark, Denver, Colorado 

Biology 
Wendy Stephenson, Richmond, Indiana 

Psychology 
Paul David Zach Stewart, Quincey, Illinois 

Philosophy 
Sidney Bailey Stockdale, Colorado Springs 

History 
Michael B. Straub, Ann Arbor, Michigan 

Business Administration 
Kirk Jeffry Sullivan, Pueblo, Colorado 

History 
Elizabeth Hales Suter, Concord, 
Massachusetts 

Art 
Theodore J. Swan, Denver, Colorado 



History/Political Science 
Kelvin H. Taketa, Honolulu, Hawaii 

English 
Lisa Suzanne Thomason, Limon, Colorado 

Psychology 
Eric John Thompson, New Vernon, New Jersey' 

Art 
Julie Owen Thompson, Toledo, Ohio 2 ' 

English 
Daniel Carl Thorndike, Medford, Oregon 

Economics 
Richard Boyd Tickle, Hopkins, Minnesota' 

English 
Randy Sam Torres, Cortez, Colorado 

History 
John Alan Towbin, Little Rock, Arkansas 

Psychology 
David Patrick Trowbridge, East Setauket, 
New York' 

Liberal Arts & Sciences 
Jane E. Ubell, New York, New York 

Art 
Carol Lachnidt VanDerWege, Colorado 
Springs 

Art 
Heidi Van Ert, Bountiful, Utah 2 

Humanities for Elementary Teachers 
William Villanueva, Denver, Colorado 

Business Administration 
Nancy Ellen Vine, Golden, Colorado 

Political Economy 
Eugene Albin Wadas, Westminster, Colorado 

Chemistry 
Anthony Joseph Wall, Palos Verdes, 
California 

English 
Frederic Paul Wehrle, Jr., Denver, Colorado 

Geology 
Jill Weinberg, Highland Park, Illinois 

Liberal Arts & Sciences 
Patricia Wellenbach, Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania 

Liberal Arts & Sciences 
Linda Susan Welty, Concord, Massachusetts 

Psychology 
Jeffrey Hayward Wengrovius, Colorado Springs 

Chemistry 
Christina L. Werner, Denver, Colorado 

History 
Steven W. West, Marietta, Georgia 

English 
Cynthia Koetter Wheeler, Colorado Springs 

English 



Sharon Sue Whitmore, Lynchburg, Virginia 

Political Science 
Susan Lynn Whittlesey, Denver, Colorado 

History 
John Gilford Wilcox, Denison, Texas 

Art 
Andrew Norman Wille, Pleasanton, 
California* 

Biology 
George M. Williams, Jr., Wynnewood, 
Pennsylvania 2 

Mathematics 
Peter A. Williams, Durham, New Hampshire 

English 
Robert A. Williams, Denver, Colorado 

Anthropology 
Terry Nixon Williams, Boulder, Colorado 

Music 
Jeanne Cummings Willson, Luray, Virginia' 

Biology 
Cathryn Carman Wilson, Aspen, Colorado 

Biology 
Bruce Shawn Winder, Arvada, Colorado 2 ' 

Biology 
John Anthony Witt, Omaha, Nebraska 

History 
James Ashley Wolfe, Pasadena, California 2 ' 

Biology 
Andrew David Wolfson, New York, New York 

History 
Steven Hing Wong, Denver, Colorado 

History 
Anne Lynne Woodward, Waterloo, Iowa 

Liberal Arts & Sciences 
Richard Wraith, Colorado Springs 

Art 
Loren Ollwyn Wright, Aspen, Colorado 

Art 
Margaret Marie Yaeger, Pueblo, Colorado 

Humanities for Elementary Teachers 
Gordon Lefebvre Yarrington, Fairfield, 
Connecticut 

Anthropology 
John Christopher Young, Denver, Colorado' 

Political Science 
Deborah Diane Zebarth, Colorado Springs 

History 
Robert Louis Zimmerman, Colorado Springs 

Physics 
Denise Ann Ziskin, Edina, Minnesota 1 

Psychology 



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Abbate, Alysia 64 
Abbott, Kenneth 80 
Abeshaus, Robin 152 
Abram, Leon 98 
Ackman, Jeffrey 146 
Adams, David 72 
Adams Mike 98 
Ake, Katherine 64,120 
Allenberg, John 76,134 
Amundson, Paul 101 
Anderson, Sarah 153,166 
Anderson, Todd 72 
Angelin, Hans-Joactym 48 
Anschutz, Cyd 62-63,158 
Appel, James 76 
Armstrong, Debra 64 
Arnest, Bernard 26 
Aumiller, Ann 168 
Baay, Dirk 38,130 
Bails, Jennifer 67 
Balderston, James 72 
Balka, Christie 93 
Bansen, Peter 81 
Barker, David 75 
Barlow, Carol 78 
Barnett, Bruce 166 
Barnhill, Kim 72 
Bartels, Kathryn 60,87 
Barth, Timothy 14,72,100 
Barton, David 68 
Barton, Ruth 34,78 
Barton, Tom K. 32,46 
Barton, William 14,31 
Beadle, Kim 90 
Bechtol, Paul 31 
Becker, William 30 
Becker, Terry 75 
Beckley, Kathryn 55,60 
Beidelman, Dick 29 
Benight, Susan 64 
Berglund, James 139 
Bergstrom, Anna 129,135,168 
Berryhill, James 71 
Bevans, Michael 75 
Birmingham, Kim 22 
Bizarro, Salvatore 20,129 
Blaik, Robert 74,75 
Blake, Joseph 68 
Blickensderfer, Charles 71 
Blickensderfer, James 48,71 



Bloom, Thomas 75 
Bond, Taffy 67,87 
Borowski, Maria 62-63 
Borra, Mary 63 
Borra, Rosemary 63,159 
Bottoms, Joe 125 
Bower, Laura 53,64 
Bowers, Chris 67,142 
Boyce, Wallace 21 
Boyd, Janet 10,60,128 
Boylston, Michael 76 
Bracken, Bryan 71 
Bradley, Linda 67 
Bradley, Richard C. 18,83 
Bradney, Gail 81 
Braker, Helen 106 
Brandenburg, Kaye 60 
Bransky, Brad 76 
Brasch, Norvell 133 
Braxton, Wayne 76 
Brennan, Terrence 72 
Bristow, Nancy 120 
Brooks, Glenn 24 
Brown, Jared 143,157 
Brown, Judith 169 
Brown, Laurie 157 
Buck, David 76 
Buckman, Linda 1 17 
Burchett, Kelly 67 
Burghart, Brad 116 
Burke, John 75 
Burnett, Ann 67,134 
Burton, Ellen 63,98 
Burton, Kenneth 35 
Busier, Tracy 63 
Butler, Paul 125 
Butte, George 34 
Butterfield, Brigid 152 
Byers, H. James 68-69,86,183 
Caldwell, David 71 
Calkins, Elizabeth 64 
Calonge, Bruce 71 
Capek, Catherine 64,71 
Capek, Richard 71 
Cardozo, Marly 98,120 
Carlson, Deanne 120 
Carlson, Kathryn 64,159 
Carney, William 76 
Caron, John 72 
Carr, Bryan 48 



Carter, John-Martin 143 
Casey, Patrick 130-131 
Casper, David 68 
Cattell, Eric 167 
Cauvel, Jane 41 
Chapin, Charles 68 
Chandler, Alida 120 
Chaps, Nancy 60-61,71 
Christensen, David 76 
Chu, Norman 75 
Claassen, Diane 63 
Clark, David 171 
Clark, Donald 157 
Clark, Julie 64,117 
Clarke, Valerie 157 
Cohen, Michael 76 
Coleman, James 34 
Collie, Susan 60 
Collier, Elizabeth 81 
Collins, Craig 68 
Collins, Glenn 76 
Collins, Jim 75,108 
Collins, Rives 52 
Combs, Jennifer 60,152 
Condit, Sarah 151 
Conkey, David 71 
Connors, Marjorie 98 
Cook, Stanley 75 
Cordova, Vincent 72 
Cornelison, John 23,124 
Cornwall, Pamela 49,53,64 
Cowen, David 51,71,86 
Cramer, Owen 42 
Cranmer, Forrest 170 
Creel, Margaret 167 
Creigh, Thomas 76 
Cromwell, Duane 117 
Crossey, Michael 161 
Crout, Linda 60,152 
Crouter, Todd 68 
Dale, Frank 76 
Daney, Tamra 64 
Darlington, Mark 157 
Davis, Christopher 68 
De La Garza, Rudolph 19,24 
De Mond, Wade 68 
DeGeorge, Edward 17 
Deibel, Robert 148 
Demmin, Kappy 60 
Denman, Scott 166 



Derksen, Julie 57,64 
Desenberg, Diane 117 
Diestelkamp, Teri 62-63 
Dietel, David 68,103 
Dietz, Eddy 102-103 
Dillard, Shannon 60 
Director, Richard 76,102-103 
Dobson, Marcia 42 
Drake, George 32 
Draper, Lincoln 48-49 
Du Feu, Cynthia 64 
Duncombe, Margaret 25 
Dunigan, Peter 88 
Dunne, Robert 25 
Dunn, Patrick 68 
Dupinet, Miriam 129 
Dwigans, Donna 92 
Dye, Stephen 100 
Dymond, Steve 142,170 
Eager, Melinda 60 
Eastman, Mark 28 
Easton, Kevin 100 
Edmondson, Ron 103 
Eikenberry, Steve 68 
Eiseman, Wendy 62 
Ellis, Douglass 130,139 
Ellis, Steven 71,83 
Elmblad, Susan 161 
Elsen, Ronald 143 
Ely, Carolyn 57 
Espinoza, Kathy 60 
Fairbanks, Martha 55,141 
Featherston, Beth 149 
Feeney, Brian 71,106 
Feiler, Kaherine 62-63,134 
Fenza, David 79 
Ferguson, Jeffrey 31 
Ferguson, William 18 
Ferrari, Ciliamarie 63 
Finley, David 24 
Finsterer, Isolde 132,183 
Fishaut, Eric 76,122,141 
Flanagan, William 16 
Florance, Michael 68 
Flores, Cynthia 62,120 
Foley, Denise 27 
Forrest, Kimball 98 
Forsyth, Peter 134 
Fox, Douglas 35 
Fox, Quinn 100 
Francis, Debbie 60 
Franco, Paul 79 
Fraser, Janice 105 



Freed, Doug 36 
Freeman, Eric 71 
Frere, Suzette 147 
Freudenburg, Patricia 67 
Fuller, Tim 24 
Gaba, Kanda 60 
Gallagher, Kevin 148-149 
Gallardo, Rosalva 63 
Gamache, Alexia 161 
Gander, Thomas 71 
Garcia, Dennis 75 
Garcia, Michael 71 
Garrett, Rae 64 
Garten, Carol 81 
Gates, Sharon 60 
Gengler, Marlys 64 
Gentry, Brenna 64 
Genty, Dennis 22,71 
Genty, Philip 71,87,146 
Gering, David 71 
Gering, Joel 71 
Gibbs, Greg 28 
Giddings, Alexia 156 
Gigliotti, Victoria 135 
Goett, Kathie 63 
Goldstein, Edward 75 
Gordon, Carol 64 
Gordon, Joseph 35 
Gormley, John 72 
Gormley, Thomas 169 
Gottenborg, Mary 63 
Goulding, Ellen 16 
Graver, Leslie 142 
Gray, Glenn 41 
Gray, Ursla 43 
Greenholz, Stephen 149 
Greenslade, Richard 157 
Gregory, Dale 67,153,156 
Griffith, William 51 
Griffiths, Christopher 31 
Guild, Bill 75 
Gullica, Gary 132 
Gurrentz, Rodger 83 
Haag, Pamela 67 
Haggerty, Jane 106 
Hall, David 100,171 
Hall, Gayle 142 
Hall, Gregory 50 
Hal, Tigger 76 
Hall, Timothy 72 
Hallock, Anne 63 
Ham, Tony 100 
Hamilton, Mary Alice 29 



Hancock, Julie 169 

Hand, Candace 67 

Hand, Tammie 67 

Haney, Jeff 48-49 

Hannigan, Michael 37 

Hanrahan, Kathleen 29 

Hansen, Robert 71 

Hanske, Jean 64 

Harada, Patricia 146 

Harlor, Gail 67 

Harpel, Greg 72 

Hart, Roger 169 

Hartley, Anne 63 

Hartwell, Jay 68,78,81 

Harvey, Nancy 63,113 

Hathaway, Ronald 29 

Hauck, Patricia 63 

Heckler, David 72 

Heider, Susan 64 

Heim, Werner 29 

Helm, Julie 149 

Henderson, Mary Jo 87,93,147 

Henn, Linda 93,115 

Hermann, Edward 72 

Herrera, Scott 68 

Hess, Lauren 150,162 

Hewitt, Jeannette 93 

Heyman, Gary 50 

Hibbs, Mary 64-65 

Hickerson, Ron 98 

Hicks, Maririta 153 

Hill, Kristen 151,153,166 

Hilt, Richard 23 

Hittle, Thomas 98 

Hlavacek, Susan 60 

Hoadley, Terry 72 

Hodges, David 75 

Hoffman, Edward 54-55,72 

Hoffman, Kirk 72 

Hohbach, Ann 60 

Holloway, Connie 80,161 

Holtze, Jan 148 

Holub, Carl 48,54-55 

Hong, Steven 92 

Houlton, Jeff 76 

Howard, Catherine 60 

Howard, Hal 169 

Howe, Karen 117 

Howell, William 72 

Hubbell, Brian 72 

Hubbell, Scott 72 

Hudelson, Travis 76,122 

Hudnut, Paul 10 



Huggins, Joseph 72 
Hughett, Carol 60 
Hunt, Michael 171 
Hunter, Harold 90 
Huntsinger, Diane 64 
Inscoe, Kenneth 68,149 
Ives, Sharon 60 
Jacquez, Alfonso 83 
Janke, Steve 28 
Jarris, Jeffrey 148 
Jemison, Jill 64 
Jens en, Margaret 67,132 
Jeurink, Judith 63,158 
Jiminez, Joseph 75 
Johns, George 76 
Johnson, Al 31 
Johnson, James 17 
Johnson, Julianne 61 
Johnson, Macknight 88,92 
Johnston, Jeffrey 71 
Jones, Laura 105,120 
Kaelber, Carl 48-49 
Kaes, Jeffrey 68 
Kaiser, Chuck 29 
Kast, Carol 93 
Keith, Roderick 55 
Keller, Jeffrey 147 
Kemme, Mary Pat 60 
Kendrick, Richard 43 
Kennedy, Flo 93 
Kenner, Keith 108 
Kesl, James 75 
Kilbride, Richard 71 
Kilmarx, John 134 
King, Kimberly 60 
King, Paul 52 
King, Stoddard 132 
Kingery, Sarah 26 
Kisberg, Ralph 68 
Kline, Carr 71 
Knowlton, Kay 117 
Kollmeyer, Lorna 113 
Kooken, Diane 60 
Koury, Dana 18 
Krimm, Hans 41 
Krivit, Daniel 22 
Krossey, Michael 29 
Kuhlman, John 167 
Kulka, Deborah 64 
Kutsche, Paul 33 
L'Orange, Jon 161 
Lacy, Diane 60-61 
Ladow, Beth 168 



Langford, Rip 37 
Lathem, Niles 81 
Lautmann, Peter 75 
Lavoie, Jon 75 
Lee, Thomas 103 
Lehrburger, Lili 62-63 
Lelong, Peter 75 
Lemmon, Bruce 127,166 
Lentini, Elizabeth 93 
Levine, Robert 75 
Levinson, Melissa 60,152 
Levit, Nancy 67 
Levy, Ron 27 
Lewis, John 37 
Lewis, Kathryn 87 
Lewis, Richard 6,131 
Leyden, Terry 75 
Libell, Sharon 64 
Lin, Veronica 135 
Linczer, Denise 60 
Linton, Rodney 166 
Little, Kevin 29 
Loevy, Bob 24 
Long, Janice 64 
Long, Stephen 52 
Look Ahmoy 64 
Loomis, Charles 75 
Lopez, Rick 72 
Lovell, Mark 170 
Lovett, James 72 
Lovett, Patricia 63 
Lowry, James 72 
Lubchenco, Peggy 91,158 
Lusk, Woods 68 
Lutz, Larry 68 
Lyng, Patrick 134 
Lyon, Suzanne 60 
MacCollum, Maxwell 72 
Mace, Cynthia 50,146 
Macer, Jemela 93 
MacGregor, Nancy 60 
MacKinnon, Roderick 71 
Madruga, Herving 20 
Sadler, Susan 48 
Saiki, Mark 124 
Sandstrom, Lisa 60,154,155 
Sargent, David 56,160 
Sasenick, Linda 105 
Schaefer, Andrew 37,76 
Schantz, Enid 48-49 
Schedler, Ann 60,142 
Schiffman, Mark 28 
Schlessman, Cheryl 153 



Schmidt, Heidi 25 

Schneider, Carolyn 67 

Schneider, Jo Ann 67 

Schneider, Mark 25 

Schneider, Beth 60,117 

Schollenberger, David 169 

Schulte, Susan 60,152 

Schultz, Rick 68 

Schupp, Timothy 68 

Scott, William 102-103,154-155 

Scudder, Katherine 160 

Sedar, Milissa 183 

Sell, Susan 60 

Severson, Kristen 63,158 

Shaw, Kelly 83 

Shaw, Van 25 

Shepard, Mary 142 

Shepley, Phillip 148 

Shepperly, David 68 

Shifrin, Mary 60 

Shippley, Mark 68 

Shoplick, Jane 61 

Shroyer, Kenneth 71 

Silverman, Craig 72 

Silverman, Joel 55 

Silverman, Marc 170 

Simasko, Steve 98 

Simmons, Connie 102 

Simmons, Sara 21 

Simons, John 35 

Sisk, Rebecca 27,67 

Skigen, Wayne 146 

Slade, Michael 81 

Slayton, Mary 60 

Smith, Allison 126 

Smith, Curtis 27 

Smith, Kimberly 147 

Smith, Nancy 183 

Smith, Neil 88 

Smith, Steven 81 

Smith, Susan 63-64,105-152 

Snow, Margaret 54-55,60 

Soderstrom, Karl 51 

Sohn, Gerald 156 

Sonderman, Fred 24 

Sornsin, Steve 68,106 

Soudakoff, Marianna 38-39 

Speare, Jon 91 

St. John, Marc 72 

Stacey, Susan 93 

Starz, Edward 74-75 

Starz, Thomas 76,122 

Stavig, Mark 34 



Stayton, Gayle 67 
Steggall, John 108 
Stein Randy 116 
Sterne, Clarence 106 
Stevens, Jeannie 38 
Stoeckly, Richard 75 
Stoller, Marianne 33 
Stone, Allen 134 
Stone, Anne 167 
Stott, Carol 67 
Strand, Dorothy 142-143 
Straub, Michael 73 
Strickland, Blaine 171 
Strong, Martha 60 
Sturges, Margaret 93 
Suitts, Dawn 152 
Sullivan, Kirk 72 
Sullivan, Thomas 71 
Summers, Sylvia 159 
Sumner, Wendy 98 
Supperstein, Scott 72 
Sutton, Kim 10 
Sweeney, Kathleen 63 
Swenson, Terry 101 
Taeuber, Barbara 130,139 
Talbot, Deborah 64 
Taramillo, Greg 134 
Tassel, Sandra 146 
Tassock, Amy 60-61 
Tate, Muffy 60,106 
Taylor, Maxwell 19 
Terrell, Margaret 132 
Thomas, Gregory 72 
Thompson, Camille 20,49,63 
Thompson, Marjorie 167 
Thompson, Morley 68 
Thomsen, Erik 80,138 
Thorndike, Daniel 90 
Tobias, Jennifer 160 
Todd, Harriet 17 
Tompkins, Clifford 72 
Towbin, John 114-115 
Traeger, John 72 



Truettner, Walter 76 
Trumble, Nancy 60 
Tucker, Janet 62 
Turner, Bradford 102-103 
Turner, Sally 120 
Turner, William 16 
Tyler, Richard 75 
Tymkovich, Timothy 171 
Udick, Lynn 33 
Ungar, Patricia 142-143 
Usery, Mark 96-97 
Vaag, Erik 122 
Vacek, Janet 60 
VanSchaack, Greg 72 
Van, Glenn 75 
Van, Scott 74-75 
Vargo, Alex 29 
Volz, Jim 140 
Von Holdt, Laura 48-49 
Von Schrader, Amy 60 
Wadas, Eugene 71 
Wakimura, Irene 64 
Waldo, Judy 31,60-61 
Wall, Anthony 106,167 
Walsh, Kenneth 86,143 
Walsh, Mary 153 
Warren, Caroline 120 
Webster, Edward 92 
Webster, Edward 183 
Weiner, Fred 98 
Weiske, Lisa 63 
Weisman, Richard 74-75 
Weiss, Steven 69 
Weiss, Wendy 163 
Weitzel, Vickie 67 
Welty, Linda 63 
Wendel, Thomas 76 
Wengrovius, Jeffrey 39,71 
Werner, Blake 149 
Werner, Chris 55 
Werner, Ray 31 
West, Anna 64 
West, Philip 75 



Wheeler, Frank 148 
White, Robert 68 
White, Ellen 125 
White, Sarah 10,128 
Whitmer, Amy 157 
Whitmore, Sharon 93 
Whittlesey, Susan 120 
Wilhelm, Sarah 26 
Wilkins, Sid L. 80,192 
Williams, Margaret 60-61 
Williams, Peter 88 
Williams, Sammy 35 
Willson, Carolyn 32 
Wilt, Timothy 23 
Wimer, Katherine 63 
Winkler, Christine 62-63 
Winnikoff, Alan 148 
Wishard, Armin 38 
Witcher, Leslie 142 
Witt, John 68-69,80,90 
Wood, Richard 16 
Woodworth, Nancy 60 
Worner, Lloyd 17 
Wright, Loren 67,79,156 
Xabes, Sharon 29 
Yaeger, Margaret 65,169 
Yaffe, James 34 
Yamahiro, Mary 63 
Young, Eric 72 
Young, Jennifer 63 
Young, Mike 120 
Young, Peter 68-69 
Zarlengo, Timothy 75 
Zinn, Lennard 98 

THE 1976-1977 NUGGET STAFF 

Sid Wilkins, Editor-in-Chief; John 

Witt, Photography Editor; Richard 

Kilbride, Business Manager; Staff: 

Erik Thomsen, Ken Abbott, Ed 

Webster, Connie Holloway, Lisa 

Radetsky, Robin Meili, Jenny Combs 










EDITOR'S COMMENT: 

A yearbook is simply a permanent record of a span 
of time, and what was unique to the people, events, and 
activities. The Nugget has had its problems, and no 
editor can possibly have all fond memories of the hours 
spent in putting a book together. But, unlike some past 
editors and the way they have dealt with this essay, my 
purpose is not to hand a vendetta to those who did not 
do the work, but to sincerely thank those who did. 
Perhaps I can also convey a sense of what doing a book 
on the block plan is like, for all those who will complain 
about this year's edition. I challenge the students at this 
college to a new year, for we cannot really complain too 
much about Cutler Publications unless student support 
rallies behind them. I was the only applicant for my job. 

We seem to have evolved out of the age when 
student activity was at an all time high, an era when we 
had disposable yearbooks, and when apathy at the 
college age was unheard of. We have quieted down, and 
we needed to. Yet, "Sooner or later in life," as Robert 
Louis Stevenson once wrote, "we all sit down to a 
banquet of consequences." The consequences of this 
comparatively quiet decade have been felt by all 



colleges and universities, and in student publications. 

What has all this to do with a small yearbook at a 
liberal arts college? Quite a lot, 1 think. The Nugget 
suffers the consequences of what may be called apathy 
because there are too many of us here who wait until 
the book is published to speak out. Criticism is rampant; 
suggestions and help are not. I am not suggesting that 
every student can directly work on the yearbook. 
However, every club and organization on campus given 
space in the Nugget has the opportunity to write their 
own copy and if possible, specify their own pictures, 
subject to editing. Few people exercised this right and 
yet are still complaining. Under the assumption that this 
was because few people were aware of this fact, I now 
put it in print. 

I hope we have not failed in giving you a better 
yearbook in 1977. My special thanks to John Witt, for 
without him and his tremendous support, my job would 
have been a lot less enjoyable. 



Sid L. Wilkins 

Nugget Editor 1976-1977 



WALSWORTH 

Marceline, Mo., U.S.A. 



MI 



WALSWORTH 

Marceline, Mo., U.S.A.